Politics, Participation & Power Relations

Transdisciplinary Approaches to Critical Citizenship in the Classroom and Community

  • Richard C. Mitchell
  • Shannon A. Moore

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-vi
  2. Richard C. Mitchell, Shannon A. Moore
    Pages 1-7
  3. Emery Hyslop-Margison, Josephine l. Savarese
    Pages 51-62
  4. Helen Trivers, Hugh Starkey
    Pages 137-151
  5. P. L. Thomas
    Pages 153-168
  6. May Al-Fartousi, Dolana Mogadime
    Pages 169-181
  7. Shannon A. Moore, Richard C. Mitchell
    Pages 183-205
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 207-209

About this book

Introduction

Until recently, youth have become the great absence regarding matters of citizenship, justice, and democracy. Rarely are young people taken up with the important discourses of freedom and citizenship, especially discourses that transcend national boundaries and academic disciplines. Richard Mitchell and Shannon Moore have put together a brilliant book that not only fills this void, but makes one of the most powerful cases I have read for addressing young people in terms that not only allow them to talk back, be heard, but also to enjoy those rights and freedoms that give democracy a real claim on its ideals and promises. Every educator, parent, student, and all those young people now making their voices heard all over the world should read this book. Henry A. Giroux This diverse collection will appeal to students in senior undergraduate and graduate courses looking into the new cosmopolitanism in social policy, citizenship or cultural studies, in child and youth studies, and in post-colonial approaches to education, sociology, and political science.

Keywords

Citizenship Education

Editors and affiliations

  • Richard C. Mitchell
    • 1
  • Shannon A. Moore
    • 2
  1. 1.Brock UniversityCanada
  2. 2.Brock UniversityCanada

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