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What can Curriculum Studies and Pedagogy learn from Sociology to-day?

A part of the series DPU Didaktiske studier (16) , and the subject areas and

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177 pages
ISBN 87 7701 444 8

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What can curriculum studies and pedagogy learn from

sociology to-day? This was the title of an international seminar arranged by Didaktikprogrammet - a research programme in educational theory and curriculum studies - at the Royal Danish School of Educational Studies. The background for the question is the different and less visible position sociological theories and analyses have today compared with its importance for critical educational research during the seventies. In this book you will find, in more or less revised versions, some of the contributions to the analyses and discussions of the seminar. It was a very thought-provoking and stimulating seminar and we feel sure that thisbook will be so, too.

Cecilie Harrits

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MA in literature and art history and a trained teacher with main subjects in Danish and special education. Cecilie’s responsibilities are pedagogy, education and psychology as well as literature and art history. She leads the series Pædagogisk rækkevidde and manages several collaborations between the publishing house and art and culture institutions. Cecilie is committed to sustainable book production and green transition in the publishing industry.

Cecilie Harrits


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