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Ideology Policy And Practice

Author : Devorah Kalekin-Fishman
ISBN : 9781402080746
Genre : Education
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Systems of state education are a crucial means for realizing the state’s focal aspiration of guaranteeing solidarity and civil loyalty (Van Kemenade, 1985 pp. 854ff. ). The means at hand include the state’s structuring and organization of schooling, determination of what education is compulsory, examinations that decide admittance to institutions of secondary and tertiary education, the design of educational aids, curricula, textbooks, didactic methods, and the general distribution of resources to schools. A further apparatus is that of teacher education and the regulations for appointment to the schools and remuneration (van Kemenade, 1985, p. 850). There are indications that the issue of equality and equity for all in education is a dilemma prevalent in systems of state education, among others, because the advancement of equity is liable to interfere with the state’s main goal. It is highly likely that the failing does not derive from contingent misund- standings, but rather from systemic contradictions. With this in mind, this book suggests a broad-spectrum approach to understanding how state education gets done, so to speak, and what in the process seems to obstruct impartiality. The case that I will examine is that of the state system of education in Israel. Underlying the study is the sociological assumption that an analysis of how one state system works is likely to bear a message that can be generalized.

Women Principals In A Multiculutural Society

Author : Izhar Oplatka
ISBN : 9789077874271
Genre : Education
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New insights into feminist educational leadership analyze the crossing issues of gender, school leadership, and multicultural experiences as expressed in accounts of female school principals from diverse ethnic and religious groups in the multicultural society of Israel. (Education/Teaching)

Religion And The State

Author : J. M. Barbalet
ISBN : 9780857287984
Genre : Social Science
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This volume addresses a central problem of contemporary states, namely how to manage the eruption of public religions. While the liberal framework formerly regarded religion as simply a matter of private practice and conscience, in modern states religion has often come to challenge the so-called Westphalian model of church-state relations, and has brought into question many liberal notions of secularism and tolerance. There is much discussion about post-secular society in which religion has to be taken seriously in public affairs. This collection of case studies – looking at Turkey, Singapore, India, China, Britain, Europe and the United States – explores a number of examples in which the state exercises some degree of management of religion, thereby bringing into question the traditional separation of religion and state. This study also attempts to refine the notion of secularization by examining this process in terms of political arrangements (church-state relations) and the role of religion in everyday life. Ultimately, this study reveals that there is no uniform or standard pattern of secularization in modern societies.

The Evolution Of Alienation

Author : Lauren Langman
ISBN : 0742518353
Genre : Social Science
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Building on the Marxian view of alienation as the inevitable consequence of wage labor that divests human beings of control over their life forces, The Evolution of Alienation provides new insights into contemporary conditions. Contributors explore how alienation is fostered not only by television freak shows and shock music, but also by programmed schooling and even by some scientific theories. Others show that the contradictory relationships possible in some domains, among them, new technologies and domestic work, disclose niches of fulfillment that belie alienation.

The Languages Of Israel

Author : Bernard Spolsky
ISBN : 1853594512
Genre : Education
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The practice and ideology of the treatment of the languages of Israel are examined in this book. It asks about the extent to which the present linguistic pattern may be attribited to explicit language planning activities.

Asian Journal Of Social Science

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105131527835
Genre : Social sciences
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Personal Constructivism

Author : Larry Milton Leitner
ISBN : STANFORD:36105124141081
Genre : Psychology
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American Book Publishing Record

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ISBN : UOM:39015066043194
Genre : American literature
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Palestinian Citizens In An Ethnic Jewish State

Author : Nadim N. Rouhana
ISBN : 0300066856
Genre : History
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Nadim Rouhana, who grew up as a Palestinian in Israel, draws on surveys, interviews, and archival research to examine how the Palestinian identity has evolved in response to Israel's three guiding - and conflicting - principles: Israel as a Jewish state, as a democracy, and as a state with deep security needs. He discusses the consequences of Israel's ideology, policy, and practices toward the Arab minority; the effect of major developments in the Arab world, particularly in the Palestinian communities in exile and in the West Bank and Gaza; and the impact of changes within the Palestinian community in Israel such as demography, level of education, socio-economic structure, and political culture. Arguing that in a multiethnic state, conflict becomes inevitable unless citizenship emerges as a common and equally meaningful identity to the various ethnonational groups, he concludes by exploring the possibilities of negotiating a new and common identity between Israel and its Arab minority.

Georgetown University Round Table On Languages And Linguistics Gurt 1999 Language In Our Time

Author : James E. Alatis
ISBN : 1589018540
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Marking the return — after a two-year hiatus — of this annual collection of essays on linguistics and language education, the 1999 volume speaks to the most pressing social issues of our time. More than thirty contributors from around the world take up longstanding debates about language diversity, language standardization, and language policy. They tackle such controversial issues as the Official English movement, bilingual education, and ideological struggles over African American Vernacular English.

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