A. S. Neill (Google eBook)
A. S. Neill is one of the major thinkers in education. Richard Bailey's volume offers the most coherent account of Neill's educational thought.
This work covers:
Critical Exposition of Neill's Work
The Reception and Influence of A. S. Neill's Work
The Relevance of A. S. Neill's Work Today
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Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Intellectual Biography of Neill and Summerhill
Hylda Sims 1993 Life at Summerhill
Chapter 3 Key Themes of A S Neills Work
Chapter 4 The Reception and Relevance of A S Neills Work
Chapter 5 Conclusion
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