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Publication Date: 1993
Henry A. Giroux, Stanley Aronowitz
Introduction: Beyond the Melting Pot--Schooling in the Twenty-first Century Rethinking the Nature of Educational Reform Teaching and the Role of the Transformative Intellectual The Literacy Crisis: A Critique and Alternative Reproduction and Resistance in Radical Theories of Schooling Radical Pedagogy and the Legacy of Marxist Discourse Curriculum Theory, Power, and Cultural Politics The Universities and the Question of Political Correctness Are We Having Fun Yet? Computers and the Future of Work and Play Multiculturalism under Siege in the Reagan/Bush Era Education and the Crisis in Public Philosophy Schooling and the Future: Revitalizing Public Education Selected Bibliography IndexHenry A. Giroux is the author of 'Education Still Under Siege', published 1993 under ISBN 9780897893114 and ISBN 0897893115.
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