popular education

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Worker Centers, Popular Education, and Critical Digital Media Literacy

Negotiating Gender, Popular Culture, and Social Justice in Music Education

Review: How Popular Musicians Learn: A Way Ahead for Music Education

Single-Sex Education and the Popular Neuroscience of Sex Difference

Using popular education with health promotion students in the USA

Popular education for health promotion and community empowerment: a review of the literature

The Challenge of Statistics Education in Master of Public Administration Programs: A Review of Two Popular Textbooks

Fighting to Learn: Popular Education and Guerrilla War in El Salvador. By John L. Hammond. Rutgers University Press, 1998. 253 pp. Cloth, $50.00; paper, $20.00

Aigen, Kenneth (2002). Playin' in the band: A qualitative study of popular music styles as clinical improvisation. New York, NY: Nordoff-Robbins Center for Music Therapy, Steinhardt School of Education; New York University. 137 pages. $35.00

Anne T. Quartararo. Women Teachers and Popular Education in Nineteenth-Century France: Social Values and Corporate Identity at the Normal School Institution. Newark: University of Delaware Press. 1995. Pp. 229. $38.50

David Buckingham ed., Teaching Popular Culture: Beyond Radical Pedagogy; Chris Richards, Teen Spirits, Music and Identity in Media Education; Julian Sefton-Green ed., Digital Diversions, Youth Culture in the Age of Multimedia; Sue Howard ed., Wired-Up: Young People and the Electronic Media


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Unlike Scotland, which in our period already possessed nearly universal basic education through its parochial school system, and Ireland, where fears of the spread of Catholic education impelled the Whig ...

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