Educationalization and Its Complexities: Religion, Politics, and Technology

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Rosa Bruno-Jofré
University of Toronto Press, Jul 8, 2019 - Education - 382 pages

This edited collection brings together scholars from Canadian and international institutions to discuss educationalization, a trend in modern societies that involves transferring social responsibilities onto the school system.

This book brings a new dimension to the literature on educationalization by examining the concept in relation to Catholicism, Indigenous issues, the right to education, and historical studies grounded in both Canada and Chile. In these contributions, the book represents an attempt to both deepen the current discussion on the construction and use of educationalization as a concept as well as invite further exploration of this subject in relation to the increasing digitalization of life in the twenty-first century.

 

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Contents

Problematizing Educationalization
3
Contesting Views of Processes of Educationalization at the Intersection with Christianity
25
Catholicism Spirituality and Educationalization
111
Educationalization and the Right to EducationSchooling
213
Educationalization and Democratic Spaces in the Digital Era
237
Educationalization as a Tool of Colonization and Its CounterDimension in Indigenous Educational Agendas Limits and Possibilities
275
Turning the Problem on Its Head Looking to New Critical Directions
335
List of Contributors
353
Index
359
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Rosa Bruno-Jofré is professor and former dean (2000-2010) of the Faculty of Education, cross-appointed to the Department of History, Faculty of Arts and Science, at Queen's University.

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