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Martinache, Igor – Journal of Social Science Education, 2018
Purpose: This article aims at presenting the original design of the teaching of Economic and Social Sciences (SES) in the French High School and at demonstrating that the issue of pluralism lies at the core of the various controversies surrounding it since its creation. Approach: This article is based on more than 40 interviews with SES teachers…
Descriptors: Economics Education, Social Sciences, Cultural Pluralism, High Schools
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Neoh, Jia Ying – Journal of Social Science Education, 2017
Purpose: This paper compares citizenship education in Singapore and Australia. While discussions have been made about education and neoliberalism, few have explored the direct connections between citizenship education and neoliberalism. Approach: Though a discussion of country contexts, citizenship education policies and curriculum,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Neoliberalism, Citizenship Education, Civics
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Kisby, Ben – Journal of Social Science Education, 2017
Purpose: This article explores linkages and disjunctions between citizenship education and character education in England. Approach: The article undertakes a theoretical discussion of what both forms of education are and involve, and a historical overview of their development over the past twenty years, utilising a wide range of primary and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Citizenship Education, Values Education, Educational History
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Blanchard, Hervé; Coléno, Yves-Patrick – Journal of Social Science Education, 2015
In France, syllabuses and teachings of economics have changed a lot in first degrees and at the high school as well since their creation. Wondering whether this imperceptible transformation does not lead finally the subject towards a regression as for its ambitions, by impoverishing it, we analyse these evolutions. Concentrating our work on the…
Descriptors: Economics Education, Lexicology, Educational Change, Educational Practices