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Introduction: Dreams, Culture, Politics of Memory, and Power in Education

  • Wai-Chung Ho
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Part of the Cultural Studies and Transdisciplinarity in Education book series (CSTE, volume 7)

Abstract

All educational concepts, developments, and issues have a home and belong to a context, which is the starting assertion of this book. This chapter will outline some theoretical parameters of a critical approach to understand and prescribe the politics of memory and power that are dealt with politically and educationally. This chapter will also present the notion of memory and cultural power that take as their starting point the social and historical particularities in the contemporary world. The study’s aim was to examine the authorities and their official agencies as seen through the lens of the dreams and cultural politics used in the institution of education as a focal point of nation-building and social transformation.

Keywords

Collective memory Cultural politics of dreams National education National identity Power of culture Power in education Soft power 

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  • Wai-Chung Ho
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  1. 1.Hong Kong Baptist UniversityKowloon TongHong Kong

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