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Patrick, John J.

Civic and Moral Learning in America

Patrick, John J. - Civic and Moral Learning in America, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Civic and Moral Learning in Question
Donald Warren, John J. Patrick

2. The Politics of Civic and Moral Education
R Freeman Butts

3. Can Civic and Moral Education Be Distinguished?
Barry L Bull

4. Cato’s Resolve and the Revolutionary Spirit: Political Education, Civic Action, and the Democratic-Republican Societies of the 1790s
Brian W Dotts

5. Moral Educations on the Alaskan Frontier, 1794–1917
Milton Gaither

6. Social Capital and the Common Schools
John L Rury

7. Between Hogs and Horse-Trots: Searching for Civic Learning in 1850s Indiana
Glenn Lauzon

8. Widening the Circle: African American Perspectives on Moral and Civic Learning
Paulette Patterson Dilworth

9. Land, Law, and Education: The Troubled History of Indian Citizenship, 1871–1924
David Wallace Adams

10. “Let Virtue Be Thy Guide, and Truth Thy Beacon-Light”: Moral and Civic Transformation in Indianapolis’s Public Schools
Paul J. Ramsey

11. Berkeley Women Economists, Public Policy, and Civic Sensibility
Mary Ann Dzuback

12. Character and the Clinic: The Shift from Character to Personality in American Character Education, 1930–1940
P David Setran

13. Sex, Drugs, and Right ‘N’ Wrong: Or, The Passion of Joycelyn Elders, M.D.
Jonathan Zimmerman

14. Monuments and Morals: The Nationalization of Civic Instruction
John Bodnar

15. Afterword
Donald Warren, John J. Patrick

Keywords: History, History of the Americas, History of Education, US History, Educational Philosophy

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2006
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
238 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781403984722
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-53462-3

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