In Democracy at the Crossroads, the editors argue that there have been too few scholarly attempts to provide a comprehensive critique of the assumptions behind citizenship education. In particular, they ask the distinguished contributors to this volume to address difficult but essential questions that are often avoided or intentionally overlooked: What do all-embracing terms like 'global citizenship' really mean? What does democracy mean internationally? A timely work, Democracy at the Crossroads provides a necessary examination and re-interpretation of international perspectives on democracy and global citizenship as they apply to social education.
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|Andre medvirkende||Cameron White, Carole Basile, Hans Hooghoff, Hiromitsu Inokuchi, Hugh Barr, Joe Bishop, John Codd, Keith Crawford, Roger Openshaw, Susan Gibson||Emner og form||Political science & theory, Central government policies, Political structures: democracy, Comparative politics, Regional government|