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9780897894395

Culture, Politics, and Irish School Dropouts Constructing Political Identities
Culture, Politics, and Irish School Dropouts Constructing Political Identities
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  • ISBN-13: 9780897894395
  • ISBN: 0897894391
  • Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated

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This book summarizes structural, reproduction, and resistance theories of education and provides a social research approach to problems of social inequity. It analyzes how these perspectives contribute to the political analysis of the production of early school departures and the consequent disadvantages and poverty. Fagan follows a deconstructive approach to research methodology that presents a text in which real characters and events are brought to life. Dublin working-class kids speak for themselves, tell their stories, and discuss their futures openly. They describe their schooling and their colorful responses to situations that seemed meaningless or demeaning when they were in school. They share their insecurities about the future and their experiences with poverty and unemployment outside the mainstream of middle-class society. As a unique contribution to cultural studies and a rare ethnographic glimpse of Irish urban society, this study establishes a model in educational and sociological research.Fagan, G. Honor is the author of 'Culture, Politics, and Irish School Dropouts Constructing Political Identities' with ISBN 9780897894395 and ISBN 0897894391.

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