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Jaeger, Suzanne – Journal of Aesthetic Education, 2009
In this article, the author assumes that choreographers sometimes choose to present their dancers undressed because they believe it contributes to the meanings of the dance as a work of art. It is this idea that nudity can be artistically meaningful that the author wishes to explore. The author begins by defining "art dance" in relation to other…
Descriptors: Dance, Human Body, Art Expression, Aesthetics
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Lal, Shafali – American Psychologist, 2002
Examines the individual and social contexts of the life of Mamie Clark (wife of African American psychologist Kenneth Clark), whose work at the Harlem Northside Center for Child Development helped define an increasing interest in the psychology of children of color. Urges greater attention to the dynamics of race and gender in history of…
Descriptors: Blacks, Child Psychology, Gender Issues, Minority Group Children
Clark, Kenneth B. – Educate, 1971
Dr. Kenneth Clark, interviewed by Dante Peter Ciochetto, discusses compensatory education, mobilization for reading and arithmetic in ghetto schools, and the Metropolitan Applied Research Center. (JM)
Descriptors: Compensatory Education, Disadvantaged Youth, Educational Improvement, Educational Needs
Clark, Kenneth B. – Reading Newsreport, 1970
In this interview, Dr. Kenneth Clark discusses some of his own viewpoints about education, and reviews problems and progress in setting up a new program for educational improvement in the all-black schools in Washington, D. C. (DM)
Descriptors: Black Students, Educational Improvement, Educational Objectives, Educational Strategies
Andorfer, Greg – Public Telecommunications Review, 1975
Impressions and ideas of a producer who wants to do for the "cradle of civilization" what Kenneth Clark did with "Civilization." (Author)
Descriptors: Developing Nations, Educational Television, Middle Eastern Studies, Programing (Broadcast)
Clark, Kenneth; Miller, Charles – Instructor, 1980
Kenneth Clark asserts that corporal punishment is an anachronism and that it is applied arbitrarily and sometimes sadistically, teaching children to use violence to solve problems. Charles Miller replies that both common law and common sense support the use of corporal punishment, when all other disciplinary approaches have failed. (SJL)
Descriptors: Corporal Punishment, Discipline Policy, Elementary Education, Laws
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Smith, Ralph A. – Art Education, 1976
In considering the relation of art with society the author comments on the ideas of the American philosopher, John Dewey, the art historian, Lord Kenneth Clark, a popular humanistic educator, Clifton Fadiman, and a major cultural critic, Jacques Barzun. (Author/RK)
Descriptors: Aesthetic Education, Art, Critical Thinking, Cultural Influences
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Grindstaff, Carl F.; And Others – Phylon, 1973
Reports an investigation of racial and cultural identification and preferences among Indian children in Canada, in which 36 Indian children and 35 white children from Ontario, ranging in age from three to seven, were given the "doll" test developed by Kenneth Clark. (Author/JM)
Descriptors: American Indians, Cultural Awareness, Cultural Background, Elementary School Students
Sullivan, Patrick J. – Public Telecommunications Review, 1978
A critique of John Kenneth Galbraith's "Age of Uncertainty" through comparison of style developed in Sir Kenneth Clark's "Civilization," Alistair Cooke's "America," and Jacob Bronowski's "The Ascent of Man." (RAO)
Descriptors: Chronicles, Documentaries, Educational Television, History
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Holland, Laura – Equity and Excellence, 1987
The winner of the Presidential Medal of Freedom for his contribution to the social sciences discusses the effects on young people of teacher expectations, black separatism, and desegregation in American schools. The major goal of education should be to broaden the perspective of young people. They cannot be truly educated and also be racist. (PS)
Descriptors: Black Students, Desegregation Effects, Educational Environment, Educational Objectives
George Washington Univ., Washington, DC. Inst. for Educational Leadership. – 1978
This transcript of a National Radio Broadcast records a discussion of various issues regarding minimum competence in schools. Presenting and analyzing these issues are a number of noted individuals in education (Kenneth Clark, Graham Down, Albert Shanker), critics, school administrators, writers and a psychologist. Areas addressed include:…
Descriptors: Academic Standards, Basic Skills, Elementary Secondary Education, Equal Education
Goldman, Samuel, Ed.; Clark, Peter L., Ed. – 1970
This report consists of seven papers by experts on integration, segregation, and separatism in education. The articles, expressing divergent opinions, include four presentations on inner-city education, two papers on Black Studies at the college level, and one paper on the "new" urban university. Authors and titles of the presentations are: Paul…
Descriptors: Black Attitudes, Black Studies, Community Influence, Desegregation Effects
Catholic Univ. of America, Washington, DC. Center for National Policy Review. – 1973
The debate over whether "schools make a difference" touched off by Christopher Jencks'"Inequality" continues to flourish. In this issue, a summary of the Jencks' book and the views of some of its critics are presented. Bird's-eye critiques are given by Alice Rivlin, ten black social scientists, including, among others, Ronald…
Descriptors: Disadvantaged, Economic Factors, Economically Disadvantaged, Educational Finance
Clark, Kenneth Norman – ProQuest LLC, 2012
A "commons" is the conventional term that describes a widely accessible and shared resource, such as an ocean, open rangeland, a public park, or public portions of the Internet, which is difficult to exclude or limit use once naturally provided or humanly produced. Ruin of a commons can result when individuals use the resource recklessly…
Descriptors: Mixed Methods Research, Internet, Governance, Federal Government
Gross, Beatrice, Ed.; Gross, Ronald, Ed. – 1969
This book provides a comprehensive examination of the nature of the school crisis and the ways in which radical thinkers and educators are dealing with it. Excerpts from the writings of Jonathan Kozol, John Holt, Kenneth Clark, and others are concerned with the realities of education in ghettos and suburbs. Paul Goodman, Marshall McLuhan, Sylvia…
Descriptors: Community Schools, Educational Change, Educational Innovation, Educational Practices
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