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Mass education and the limits of state building, c.1870-1930

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Palgrave Macmillan, Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York, NY, p.325 (2012)

Call Number:

Cubb LC71 .M337 2012

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9680956

Keywords:

Citizenship--Study and teaching--History--Cross-cultural studies, Education and state--History--Cross-cultural studies

Abstract:

Contents: Citizenship, moral education and the English elementary school / Susannah Wright -- Elite education and the development of mass elementary schooling in England, 1870-1930 / Heather Ellis -- Faith and nationhood: church, state and the provision of schooling in Ireland, 1870-1930 / Deirdre Raftery and Martina Relihan -- From the Zwergschule (one-room schoolhouse) to the comprehensive school: German elementary schools in imperial Germany and the Weimar Republic, 1870-1930 / Gunilla Budde -- Schools are society's salvation: the state and mass education in France, 1870-1930 / Jean-François Chanet -- Russia and the Soviet Union: schooling, citizenship, and the reach of the state, 1870-1945 / Ben Eklof -- "To become good members of civil society and patriotic Americans": mass education in the United States, 1870-1930 / Ellen Berg -- Primary education and the construction of citizenship in Brazil, 1870-1930: progress and tensions / Maria Cristina Soares de Gouvea and Alessandra Frota Schueller -- The role of mass education in nation building in the Ottoman Empire and the Turkish Republic, 1870-1930 / Nazan Cicek -- "Education for every son and daughter of South Africa": race, class and the compulsory education debate in the Cape Colony / S. E. Duff -- India's trials with citizenship, modernisation, and nationhood / Nita Kumar.

Publication Language:

eng