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English elementary education and the construction of national identity, 1880-1914.

Stephen J. Heathorn

English elementary education and the construction of national identity, 1880-1914.

by Stephen J. Heathorn

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Pagination437 leaves.
Number of Pages437
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Open LibraryOL15443108M
ISBN 100612117391

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English elementary education and the construction of national identity, 1880-1914 by Stephen J. Heathorn Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Moral Instruction Curriculum in English Elementary Schools –’, History of Education Researcher, 79, 31– Moral instruction lessons were introduced by Birmingham School Board in and Leicester School Board in The Making of English National Identity, first published inis a fascinating exploration of Englishness and what it means to be English.

Drawing on historical, sociological and literary theory, Krishan Kumar examines the rise of English nationalism and issues of race and Get this from a library.

For home, country, and race: constructing gender, class, and Englishness in the elementary school, [Stephen J Heathorn] -- "The crucial role of compulsory schooling in the fostering of national identities is demonstrated in Stephen Heathorn's study of the English elementary school system at the turn of the :// In addition to his book on the construction of national identity in English education, For Home, Country and Race: Constructing Gender, Class and Englishness in the Elementary School, (University of Toronto Press, ),he has published research and review articles in the following academic journals: The Journal of British Studies The crucial role of compulsory schooling in the fostering of national identities is dynamically demonstrated in Stephen Heathorn's study of the elementary school system in England at the turn of the century.

His book analyses how a specific ideal of English national heritage was consciously nurtured by the professionalizing educational establishment of the period.

Implicit within this ideal   Nationalism as we know it was a thing of the educated classes, concentrated on national capitals and university towns.

Turning the huge rural and small town supermajority into nationals instead of locals who spoke vaguely mutually intelligible local patois was the work of the second half of the 19th century. This book explains how it was  › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Social Sciences.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library Lacqueur, T. Working-class demand and the growth of English elementary education, – In L. Stone (Ed.), Schooling and society: Studies in the history of education (pp.

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Because the emergence of a strong central state is likely to threaten powerful local chiefs, they could have an incentive to use their power to keep the state weak (Acemoglu et al., ).

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