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Cole, Robert A. – New England Social Studies Bulletin, 1982
French intellectual thought changed during the Napoleonic Era. The effects of the Enlightenment philosophers, the French Revolution, the Industrial Revolution, and Romanticism on the development of Napoleon's philosophical outlook are used to illustrate the changes occurring in France as a whole in the early nineteenth century. (AM)
Descriptors: European History, Intellectual History, Romanticism, Social Influences
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Stark, Sandra A. – English Journal, 1994
Details the concepts of romanticism and classicism and how they relate to secondary English instruction. Argues that teachers should offer students both the imaginative adventure of the romantic and the analytical power of the classicist. Describes a visual lesson by which these two modes might be illustrated and fostered. (HB)
Descriptors: Course Content, English Curriculum, English Instruction, Romanticism
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Webb, Joseph M. – Journalism History, 1974
Attempts to develop a conceptual framework for placing the new journalism in a philosophical context based on romanticism. (RB)
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Higher Education, New Journalism, Romanticism
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Warren, Donald – Urban Education, 1984
Discusses the rural-urban dichotomy that regularly surfaces in educational history and argues that a full understanding of the role of cities is needed to overcome a rural romanticism that ill-serves public education policy. (CMG)
Descriptors: Educational History, Elementary Secondary Education, Literature Reviews, Public Education
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Houston, Lawrence N. – Adolescence, 1981
A questionnaire was administered to 1,142 Black and White university students of both sexes in an effort to determine the relationship between eroticism, romanticism and sexual identity. Results indicated that males were more erotic, females more romantic, and that the discrepancy was greater for Blacks than for Whites. (Author/CM)
Descriptors: Blacks, College Students, Higher Education, Racial Differences
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Linderberger, Herbert – College English, 1972
What we seek out and note in earlier literature is what is most prominent, satisfying, and comprehensible to the contemporary imagination. (RB)
Descriptors: College Instruction, English Instruction, English Literature, Literary Criticism
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Brown, George Issac – Theory into Practice, 1971
The need to combine the ideas behind the Age of Enlightenment with those behind the Age of Romanticism when educating an 2ndividual is discussed. (CK)
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Forced Choice Technique, Human Development
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Piche, Gene L. – English Journal, 1972
Discusses pedagogical differences among educators as to what an English curriculum should be and suggests that educators don't really know. (Author)
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Curriculum Development, Curriculum Evaluation, English Curriculum
Roskelly, Hephzibah; Ronald, Kate – 1998
Addressing the possibility of making positive change in education, this book explores the way that American pragmatism and the rhetoric of North American romanticism work together to create a method for restoring hope to composition and English teachers and responsiveness to the systems they work within. What the book calls…
Descriptors: Educational Change, English Instruction, Rhetorical Theory, Romanticism
Immerwahr, Raymond – Ger Quart, 1969
Descriptors: Antithesis, German Literature, Irony, Literary Styles
Resch, Kenneth E. – 1986
Poetry of the romantic age is often uninviting to students, leaving them puzzled because they do not sense the connections between the poetry and themselves. Yet, much romantic poetry can be enjoyed and comprehended if approached in terms of some personal, reflective, and connective readings. Wordsworth and Whitman are often avoided because they…
Descriptors: English Instruction, Higher Education, Literary Criticism, Literature Appreciation
Harvey, Jim – Multicultural Teaching to Combat Racism in School and Community, 1993
Outlines components of a theory of multicultural society; and argues that the critical weakness of multicultural education in Australia is that it derives from undertheorized, conceptually inadequate, and confused understandings. Current approaches fail to address fundamental issues of difference in existing social relations. (SLD)
Descriptors: Access to Education, Cultural Differences, Educational Practices, Educational Theories
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Yager, Kristi – Composition Studies/Freshman English News, 1996
Seeks to uncover the historical roots within English Romanticism of Peter Elbow's thinking in order to show the depth and complexity of his assumptions about writing. Implicitly refutes charges questioning the intellectual credibility of Elbow's work. (TB)
Descriptors: Cultural Context, European History, Higher Education, Nineteenth Century Literature
Wenrick, Jon S. – Indian Historian, 1975
The American Indian appeared frequently in the almanac literature of 1783-1815 and was used as a source of humor, political comment, romanticism, etc, much of which contributed to the cultural conflict of the times. (JC)
Descriptors: American Indians, Culture Conflict, History, Humor
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Fargnoli, Betty Ann – English Journal, 1984
Describes the unorthodox methods used by a high school English teacher to get the meaning of such literary terms as "classicism,""romanticism,""realism," and "naturalism" across to her students. (RBW)
Descriptors: Audiovisual Aids, English Instruction, Language Usage, Literary Styles
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