Childhood-as-rescue in the emergence and spread of the U.S. public school
Baker, B. (1998) Childhood-as-rescue in the emergence and spread of the U.S. public school. In Popkewitz, T. & Brennan, M. (Eds.) Foucault's Challenge, Discourse, Knowledge and Power in Education. Teachers College Press, New York, pp. 117-143.
In this volume, the editors have brought together prominent international contributors to examine the relevance of Foucauldian thought on educational theory, practice and institutional life. The result is a diverse collection that offers broad and engaging analyses of how power and knowledge are configured in the practices and norms of schooling. This text not only provides a critical examination of the significance of Foucauldian thought for education, but also discusses how Foucault's theories are arrayed in the everyday life of schools.
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