By David Lambert, Paul Machon
This e-book finds the possibility of geography to interact with citizenship. It provides:
- theoretical signposts within the type of brief, digestible reasons for key rules reminiscent of racism, values, id, neighborhood and social exclusion
- a variety of inset actions 'for additional thinking'
- a critique of the self-discipline and the pitfalls to prevent in educating citizenship via geography
- practical instructing suggestions.
All the contributions to this useful ebook aspect to the ability of geography to interact with citizenship, values, schooling and folks - surroundings decision-making, on scales that variety from the neighborhood to the worldwide. It deals confident and direct how one can get involved within the considering that needs to underpin any invaluable citizenship schooling, for all skilled lecturers, scholar lecturers, heads of division, curriculum managers, principals and policy-makers.
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This ‘new’ internationalisation of capitalism relaunched a new geopolitics referred to as globalisation, and with a seeming inevitability rippling changes ran through everything – home, work and leisure. People everywhere were urged to consider themselves, and particularly their market position, as producers and consumers in a world setting: do your skills allow you to compete on world markets? This was not, of course, the post-industrial society that had Introduction 7 been prophesied but rather its convulsive relocation.
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