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Education and Civic Culture in Post-Communist Countries

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Beschreibung

The vivid discussion on civil society in Eastern Europe that flourished during the late 1980s and early 1990s has faded somewhat, and been partly replaced by new attempts to conceptualise the nature of social change taking place in these countries. This book strives to continue and go beyond the civil society discourse by analysing the interrelationship between education and civic culture in post-communist countries. The volume offers detailed case studies, written by specialists from the region and from Western Europe and North America, examining everyday patterns of civic culture; the linkage between education and national identity, ethnicity, gender and religion; the experience and attitudes of youth; and attempts to render education systems better suited to the demands of post-communist society.



Autorentext

RISTO ALAPURO Professor of Sociology, University of Helsinki DAVID CANEK Postgraduate Student, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic DAREJAN JAVAKHISHVILI Clinical Psychologist, Foundation for the Development of Human Resources, Georgia KAIJA HEIKKINEN Researcher, Karelian Institute, University of Joensuu, Finland JAMES MUCKLE Former Senior Lecturer in Education, and Special Lecturer in Russian Studies, University of Nottingham, England MARGARITA PAVLOVA Research Fellow, Latrobe University, Melbourne JAMES PITT Visiting Fellow, Department of Educational Studies, University of York, England LIUBOV PIVNEVA Professor, Department of Sociology and Politics, Skovoroda Kharkov Teacher-Training University, Ukraine NATALIE SARJVELADZE Psychologist, Foundation for the Development of Human Resources, Georgia GERLIND SCHMIDT Research Fellow, German Institute for International Educational Research, Frankfurt am Main JEREMY SMITH Lecturer, Twentieth-Century Russian History, Centre for Russian and East European Studies, University of Birmingham SVETLANA STEPHENSON Research Fellow, European Social Policy, University of Luton, England PENTTI STRANIUS Researcher, Karelian Institute, University of Joensuu, Finland ANNA TEMKINA Lecturer, Sociology and Gender Study, European University, St Petersburg, Russia EVA THUN Senior Lecturer, Language Teaching Methodology and Women's Studies, Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest, Hungary JANET G. VAILLANT Associate, Davis Center for Russian Studies, Harvard University, USA ELENA ZDRAVOMYSLOVA Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Independent Social Research, St Petersburg.



Inhalt

List of Tables List of Figures Acknowledgements Notes on the Contributors Introduction; S.Webber & I.Liikanen PART I: REVIVING CIVIC CULTURE Reflections on Social Networks and Collective Action in Russia; R.Alapuro Educational and Political Capital and the Breakthrough of Voluntary Association in Russian Karelia; I.Liikanen The Intelligentsia and the 'Breakdown of Culture' in Post-Soviet Russia; P.Stranius PART II: NATIONALITY REFRAMED National Schools and National Identity In and After the Soviet Union; J.Smith Ethnic Minorities in the Czech Education System: Before and After Transition (1945-1997); D.Canek New Paradigms of National Education in Multi-Ethnic Russia; G.Schmidt PART III: IDENTITY MATTERS Ethnographical Activism as a Form of Civic Education: A Case Study on School Museums in North-West Russia; K.Heikkinen Gender Representation in Educational Materials in the Period of Transition in Hungary; E.Thun Gender Study and Civic Culture in Contemporary Russia; A.Temkina Hypocritical Sexuality of the Late Soviet Period: Sexual Knowledge and Sexual Ignorance; E.Zdravomyslova The Struggle for the Souls of Young People: Competing Approaches to 'Spiritual' and Religious Education in Russia Today; J.Muckle PART IV: TOWARDS A BRIGHTER FUTURE? The Abandoned Children of Russia: From 'Privileged Class' to 'Underclass'; S.Stephenson Psychological Development Programmes for Civil Society Building; D.Javakhishvili & N.Sarjveladze The Culture of the Russian School and the Teaching Profession: Prospects for Change; S.Webber Pedagogy in Transition: From Labour Training to Humanistic Technology Education in Russia; J.Pitt & M.Pavlova Political Aspects of Reforming the Higher Education System in Ukraine; L.Pivneva Civic Education for Russia: An Outsider's View; J.Vaillant Index

Produktinformationen

Titel: Education and Civic Culture in Post-Communist Countries
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EAN: 9780230287020
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Genre: Politikwissenschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 283
Veröffentlichung: 20.01.2016
Dateigrösse: 51.1 MB

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