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A Companion to the Anthropology of Education presents a comprehensive and state-of-the-art overview of the field, exploring the social and cultural dimension of educational processes in both formal and nonformal settings.

  • Explores theoretical and applied approaches to cultural practice in a diverse range of educational settings around the world, in both formal and non-formal contexts
  • Includes contributions by leading educational anthropologists
  • Integrates work from and on many different national systems of scholarship, including China, the United States, Africa, the Middle East, Colombia, Mexico, India, the United Kingdom, and Denmark
  • Examines the consequences of history, cultural diversity, language policies, governmental mandates, inequality, and literacy for everyday educational processes
Content:
Chapter 1 World Anthropologies of Education (pages 9–24): Kathryn M. Anderson?Levitt
Chapter 2 Culture (pages 25–33): Frederick Erickson
Chapter 3 The Ethnography of Schooling Writ Large, 1955–2010 (pages 34–49): Ray McDermott and Jason Duque Raley
Chapter 4 Education, Cultural Production, and Figuring Out What to Do Next (pages 50–64): Herve Varenne and Jill Koyama
Chapter 5 Recovering History in the Anthropology of Education (pages 65–80): Elsie Rockwell
Chapter 6 The Rise of Class Culture Theory in Educational Anthropology (pages 81–96): Douglas Foley
Chapter 7 “If There's Going to Be an Anthropology of Education …” (pages 97–111): Harry F. Wolcott
Chapter 8 Building an Applied Educational Anthropology beyond the Academy (pages 112–134): Jean J. Schensul
Chapter 9 Linguistic Anthropology of Education (pages 135–153): Stanton Wortham and Angela Reyes
Chapter 10 The Anthropology of Literacy (pages 154–176): Lesley Bartlett, Dina Lopez, Lalitha Vasudevan and Doris Warriner
Chapter 11 The Anthropology of Language Planning and Policy (pages 177–196): Teresa L. McCarty and Larisa Warhol
Chapter 12 Language Socialization across Educational Settings (pages 197–211): Patricia Baquedano?Lopez and Sera Jean Hernandez
Chapter 13 Ethnographic Studies of Children and Youth and the Media (pages 212–231): Joseph Tobin and Allison Henward
Chapter 14 Hip Hop and the Politics of Ill?Literacy (pages 232–246): H. Samy Alim
Chapter 15 Argumentation and the Negotiation of Scientific Authority in Classrooms (pages 247–262): Laura J. Wright, Joel Kuipers and Gail Viechnicki
Chapter 16 The Predicament of Embodied Nationalisms and Educational Subjects (pages 263–278): Veronique Benei
Chapter 17 Toward an Anthropology of (Democratic) Citizenship Education (pages 279–298): Bradley A. U. Levinson
Chapter 18 Development, Post?colonialism, and Global Networks as Frameworks for the Study of Education in Africa and Beyond (pages 299–315): Amy Stambach and Zolani Ngwane
Chapter 19 Civil Sociality and Childhood Education (pages 316–332): Sally Anderson
Chapter 20 Anthropological Perspectives on Chinese Children, Youth, and Education (pages 333–348): Vanessa L. Fong and Sung won Kim
Chapter 21 Schools, Skills, and Morals in the Contemporary Middle East (pages 349–367): Fida Adely and Gregory Starrett
Chapter 22 Educational Policy, Anthropology, and the State (pages 368–387): Carlos Minana Blasco and Carolina Arango Vargas
Chapter 23 Immigrants and Education (pages 389–407): Margaret A. Gibson and Jill P. Koyama
Chapter 24 Variations on Diversity and the Risks of Bureaucratic Complicity (pages 408–424): Angel Diaz de Rada and Livia Jimenez Sedano
Chapter 25 Toward an Anthropology of Teachers and Teaching (pages 425–444): Sarah Jewett and Katherine Schultz
Chapter 26 Cultural Anthropology Looks at Higher Education (pages 445–460): Wesley Shumar and Shabana Mir
Chapter 27 What Makes the Anthropology of Educational Policy Implementation ‘Anthropological’? (pages 461–477): Edmund T. Hamann and Lisa Rosen
Chapter 28 The Past, Present, and Future of “Funds of Knowledge” (pages 479–494): Norma Gonzalez, Leisy Wyman and Brendan H. O'connor
Chapter 29 Multiculturalism and Intercultural Education Facing the Anthropology of Education (pages 495–516): Gunther Dietz and Laura Selene Mateos Cortes
Chapter 30 A Sociohistorical Perspective for Participatory Action Research and Youth Ethnography in Social Justice Education (pages 517–529): Julio Cammarota
Chapter 31 Parents as Critical Educators and Ethnographers of Schooling (pages 530–546): Janise Hurtig and Andrea Dyrness
Chapter 32 The Critical Ethnography of Public Policy for Social Justice (pages 547–562): Patricia D. Lopez, Angela Valenzuela and Emmanuel Garcia

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  • Year: 2011
  • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781405190053,9781444396713

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