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Critical Pedagogy as Revolutionary Practice

  • Peter McLaren
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Part of the Marxism and Education book series (MAED)

Abstract

How would you define critical pedagogy? What is its essence and its purpose? What is the relation of critical pedagogy to a science of education?

Keywords

Capitalist Society Critical Pedagogy Import Substitution Industrialization Social Totality Creative Meaning 
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