Languages of education : Protestant legacies, national identities, and global aspirations
Source:Studies in curriculum theory, Routledge, New York, p.252 (2011)
Call Number:Cubb P40.8 .T76 2011
Keywords:Discourse analysis, Education--Social aspects, Language and education, Protestantism
Contents: Introduction: languages of education -- The educationalization of the modern world: progress, passion, and the Protestant promise of education -- Protestant misunderstandings: Max Weber and the Protestant ethic in America -- Rousseau's classical republicanism -- Linguistic turbulences: the American debates, 1776-1788 -- American culture, pragmatism, and the "Kingdom of God on earth" -- Langue as homeland: the Genevan reception of pragmatism -- The becoming of an educational science: the Protestant souls and psychologies -- The German geisteswissenschaftliche Pädagogik and the ideology of Bildung -- Languages of education compared: Germany, Switzerland, and the United States -- Globalizing globalization: the neo-institutional concept of a world culture -- Concepts, cultures, and comparisons: PISA and the double German discontentment.