アメリカにおける教育の右傾化<br>Educating the 'Right' Way : Markets, Standards, God, and Inequality

アメリカにおける教育の右傾化
Educating the 'Right' Way : Markets, Standards, God, and Inequality

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  • 言語 ENG,ENG
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基本説明

As American schools undergo a dramatic shift to the right, Apple uncovers the roots of this conservative swing and points the way to a more balanced approach.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    ix
Markets, Standards, God, and Inequality 1 (34)
Introduction 1 (2)
Joseph's Story 3 (4)
Conservative Agendas 7 (2)
Mapping the Right 9 (3)
Contested Freedom 12 (5)
Marketizing the World 17 (3)
Restoring Cultural Order 20 (2)
Church and State 22 (2)
Economics and Religion 24 (4)
Managerialism 28 (3)
Analyzing Conservative Modernization 31 (4)
Whose Markets, Whose Knowledge? 35 (28)
Introduction 35 (3)
Neoliberalism: Schooling, Choice, and 38 (9)
Democracy
Neoconservatism: Teaching ``Real'' Knowledge 47 (6)
Authoritarian Populism: Schooling As God 53 (4)
Wanted It
The Professional and Managerial New Middle 57 (2)
Class: More Testing, More Often
Conclusion 59 (4)
Producing Inequalities: Conservative 63 (38)
Modernization in Policy and Practice
Gritty Materialities 63 (1)
Right Turn 64 (2)
New Markets, Old Traditions 66 (3)
Markets and Performance 69 (14)
National Standards, National Curriculum, 83 (7)
and National Testing
Creating Educational Triage 90 (4)
Thinking Strategically 94 (7)
Endangered Christianity 101(28)
Darwin, God, and Evil 101(11)
Secular Dangers 112(4)
From Insiders to Outsiders 116(6)
Southern Cross 122(7)
God, Morality, and Markets 129(42)
Bringing God to the World 129(5)
Politics and the Clergy 134(1)
The Electronic Clergy 135(3)
A Christian Nation and Free Speech 138(4)
Godless Schools 142(5)
We Are Not Doing Anything Different 147(4)
The Structures of Feeling of Authoritarian 151(10)
Populism
How Can Hate Seem So Nice? 161(4)
Turning Straw into Gold 165(6)
Away with All Teachers: The Cultural Politics 171(22)
of Home Schooling
Situating Home Schooling 171(2)
Satan's Threat and the Fortress Home 173(5)
Attacking the State 178(7)
Public and Private 185(4)
Conclusion 189(4)
Righting Wrongs and Interrupting the Right 193(38)
Culture Counts 193(4)
Contradictory Reforms 197(5)
``Racing'' Toward Educational Reform 202(10)
Making Challenges Public 212(6)
Learning from Other Nations 218(2)
Thinking Heretically 220(7)
Making Critical Educational Practices 227(2)
Practical
Hope As a Resource 229(2)
Endnotes 231(42)
Bibliography 273(18)
Index 291