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ERIC Number: ED098572
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Sep
Pages: 39
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Television and World Affairs Teaching in Schools; Report of the Atlantic Study Conference on Education (9th, Bordeaux, Sept. 3-9, 1972).
Eppstein, John, Ed.
The principal papers read at the ninth conference in a series of Biennial Atlantic Study Conferences on Education, which was organized at the University of Bordeaux at Talence to benefit those concerned with the teaching of world affairs and social science in the secondary schools of the Western world, are included in this report. Titles of papers presented are: "Television--For or against Education" by the Atlantic Information Centre for Teachers, "Politics and Television" by Geoffrey Johnson Smith, "The Influence of Current Affairs Broadcasting upon Pupil Attitudes Towards Politics" by Professor Judith V. Torney, "Current Affairs Coverage on Television: The French Experience" by Senator Louis Gros and Christian Bernadac, "Current Affairs Coverage on Television: The British Experience" by Phillip Whitehead and Julian Critchley, "The Impact of Televised Information on Teachers and Pupils" by Lucien Geminard, "Can School and Television Complement one another?" by Recteur Henri Gauthier, and "General Debate: Impressions of a Round Table Discussion." Conclusions consist of three group reports: "The Problem in the Classroom,""The Problem for the Television Producer," and "The Objectivity Factor." (SW)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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