Constitution and Curriculum: Hermeneutical Semiotics of Cases and Controversies in Education, Law, and Social Science

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Taylor & Francis, 1991 - Law - 307 pages
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Discusses the ramifications of the policy of managing the influences to which students are exposed in the school environment. The author examines this in the context of freedom of speech as protected by the First Amendment and cites specific precedents as set by the Supreme Court.
  

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Contents

DOCTRINAL ANALYSIS OF SUPREME COURT
71
APPROACHES TO INTERPRETATION
117
STRUCTURAL SEMIOTICS OF THE CASES
157
Conflict Consciousness and History
173
Pico and Other Recent Cases
190
Limitations of Structuralism for Method and Praxis
209
Beyond Subjectivism and Objectivism
228
Hermeneutical Reformulation of Questions
252
Implications for Education Social Science Policy and Law
263
Bibliography
279
Index
295
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