Pedagogy of the Oppressed

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Continuum, 1993 - Education - 164 pages
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On the 20th anniversary of its publication, this classic manifesto is updated with an important new preface by the author. Freire reflects on the impact his book has had, and on many of the issues it raises for readers in the 1990s. These include the fundamental question of liberation and inclusive language as it relates to Freire's own insights and approaches.

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The Pedagogy of the Oppressed is humanizing. The Pedagogy of the Oppressed is dialogue. The Pedagogy of the Oppressed is praxis. The Pedagogy of the Oppressed is liberation. The oppressed can liberate ... Read full review

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Perhaps I have been reading in the wrong order. I'm very familiar with the idea of dialogic pedagogy, mainly from my PGCE and reading Radical Education and the Common School, which is about liberatory ... Read full review

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Chapter 1
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Chapter 2
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About the author (1993)

Paulo Freire is one of the most widely read educational philosophers and practitioners in the world today, except in the United States, where he remains relatively unknown to many in the educational community as well as the general public. Freire received international acclaim and notoriety with his first and best-known work, Pedagogy of the Oppressed, first published in English in 1970. His teachings draw much of their inspiration from a Marxist critique of society; for this reason he was forced into exile from his native Brazil in 1964, and his works were banned in many developing nations. His pedagogy for adult literacy has been implemented successfully in several African nations and has been the basis for literacy crusades in Nicaragua and other Latin American countries. His philosophical approach to education forms the basis for much of the critical theory work in education now taking place in the United States, Europe, and developing nations.

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