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Sporre, Karin; Lotz-Sisitka, Heila; Osbeck, Christina – Ethics and Education, 2022
In this article we argue for the need to take the moral voices of children and youth seriously particularly in times of the Anthropocene. Drawing on theories in ethics by John Wall, moral development according to Mark B. Tappan, and education in line with the works by Vygotsky, we construct a conceptual framework where the notions 'narrative,'…
Descriptors: Moral Values, Climate, Ethics, Learning Theories
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Dahlbeck, Johan – Ethics and Education, 2022
To what extent should teachers promote the view from nowhere as an ideal to strive for in education? To address this question, I will use Mark Twain's The Mysterious Stranger as an example, illustrating the stakes involved when the view from nowhere is taken to be an attainable educational ideal. I will begin this essay by offering a description…
Descriptors: Moral Values, Literature, Educational Philosophy, Ethics
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Davids, Nuraan – Ethics and Education, 2022
As academics, we do not only produce and reproduce knowledge; we also produce our citizenship as a social and agonistic space. There are nuances embedded within academic citizenship -- unqualifiable, but compelling in their production and reproduction of power dynamics, bringing into disrepute notions of academic citizenship as a homogenous or…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Ethics, Power Structure, Researchers
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Koopal, Wiebe; Vlieghe, Joris; De Baets, Thomas – Ethics and Education, 2022
This article problematizes the view that music education is primarily justified on account of its uniquely "humanizing" influence. Not only does this general humanist argument clearly fail to convince policy-makers to actually revalidate public music education, but moreover it often seems to rest on highly questionable premises. Without…
Descriptors: Music Education, Public Education, Humanization, Animals
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Giménez-Beut, Juan Antonio; Novella-García, Carlos; Aguilar-Moya, Remedios; Cloquell-Lozano, Alexis – Ethics and Education, 2022
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has provoked a series of consequences all over the world, especially in young people. On the other hand, this sector of the population has shown an evident and baffling increased failure to comply with public health measures put in place, which has had a knock-on effect on the number of infections detected.…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Values Education, Civics
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Koopal, Wiebe – Ethics and Education, 2022
In this article I venture the hypothesis that music confronts education with the possibility to think violence in ways that are both inherently educational and radically "affirmative." Beginning with a reflection on a poem by Elizabeth Barrett Browning, which emphatically evokes the violence within the genesis of music, I then move in a…
Descriptors: Music, Violence, Poetry, Correlation
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Sajjad, Fatima Waqi – Ethics and Education, 2022
This paper explores the alarming phenomenon of violent extremism in university campuses. It probes "why education fails to prevent violent extremism in this case?" Drawing on Robert Cox's distinction of "problem solving" and "critical theories," the paper examines policy discourses that aim to prevent violent…
Descriptors: Violence, Terrorism, Prevention, Universities
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Campbell, Louise – Ethics and Education, 2022
In discussions of the regulation of teaching, there are a number of issues which arise concerning how teachers understand the professional expectations upon them and the role that such standards play in supporting and maintaining the ethical dimensions of teachers' practice. Arguably, teachers' professional standards evolve to meet the needs of…
Descriptors: Ethics, Professionalism, Standards, Neoliberalism
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Beatham, Mark – Ethics and Education, 2021
Could public education as a cultural institution promote the commonwealth? ('Commonwealth,' from The Oxford English Dictionary as, 'public welfare; general good or advantage;' and 'to a body or a number of persons united by some common interest.') This paper argues proper education enfranchises the young through proper relationships to place, past…
Descriptors: Public Education, Place Based Education, History, Futures (of Society)
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Gibboney, Daniel P. – Ethics and Education, 2021
'Facts remain robust only when … supported by a common culture,' observes Bruno Latour. Current debates over the veracity of climate change are, in actuality, crises of facts. Questions of facticity have, moreover, precipitated a deeper issue -- the prospects of unshared, 'alternative' worlds. Climate science believers have one world, climate…
Descriptors: Ethics, Climate, Epistemology, Beliefs
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Deane, Samantha; Schultz, Annie – Ethics and Education, 2021
Philosophers of education have written about the moral, ethical, racial, and gendered dimensions of the hidden curriculum of what we eat, who we eat with, and the significance afforded this moment of the school day. To this body of literature, we add the observation that female bodies were positioned by Jean Jacques Rousseau as necessary food for…
Descriptors: Educational Philosophy, Hidden Curriculum, Gender Issues, Femininity
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Chang, David – Ethics and Education, 2021
The rapid increase in human population is one of the underlying factors driving the ecological crisis. Despite efforts on the part of educators to raise awareness of environmental issues, the ecological impact of a burgeoning population -- and the ethical implications of having children -- remains an unbroachable topic. Nevertheless, the increase…
Descriptors: Overpopulation, Ethics, Ecology, Family Planning
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Andreotti, Vanessa De Oliveira – Ethics and Education, 2021
This article invites us to consider the task of education as we face the end of the world as we have known it. The first part of the article gives an overview of global and educational challenges, drawing attention to how formal education has been complicit in the reproduction of historical and systemic violence, as well as unsustainability. This…
Descriptors: Social Bias, Social Justice, Educational Practices, Empowerment
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Bynum, Gregory – Ethics and Education, 2021
This article proposes that Dorothy Dinnerstein's philosophy can help us understand the problem of miseducation that places male-dominated and 'masculine' rapacity at the center of so many human endeavors, including capitalist economic exploitation and environmental exploitation. Dinnerstein argues that early childhood experiences of female…
Descriptors: Ethics, Psychiatry, Educational Philosophy, Feminism
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Pedersen, Helena – Ethics and Education, 2021
Deborah Britzman's remarkable question, 'What holds education back?', appears more urgent than ever in a world of accelerating environmental crises, climate change, and what has been described as "omnicide" -- the annihilation of everything. What, then, holds education back from initiating radical change under these urgent conditions?…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Psychiatry, Ethics, Climate
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