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Meseci Giorgetti, Filiz – History of Education, 2020
In the modern world, festivals and commemorative ceremonies, national pledges, songs are all used to help students connect to each other and their wider society, particularly to the nation state and its ideals. The purpose of this article is to demonstrate how such rituals were used to different ends in terms of nation-building in the Republic of…
Descriptors: Nationalism, Teaching Methods, Foreign Countries, Ceremonies
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Lin, Zibo; Lu, Hanyang – History of Education, 2020
In the mid-Meiji period, the leading scholar Kato Hiroyuki proposed relying on religion in moral education as he was dissatisfied with the Ministry of Education's inclination towards Western ethics in their reform. Triggered by Kato's proposal, there arose an intense debate over the 'standard' for moral education in the educational circles. The…
Descriptors: Moral Values, Moral Development, Foreign Countries, Ethics
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Norlin, Björn – History of Education, 2016
This paper uses a specific phenomenon of early-modern education in Sweden, the school jail, as a point of departure for a broader analysis of educational policy in the areas of discipline and moral instruction. The paper demonstrates how the jail evolved as a part of a wider network of objects, pedagogical technologies and social routines in this…
Descriptors: Educational History, Discipline Policy, Foreign Countries, Educational Policy
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Davila, Pauli; Naya, Luis Ma.; Murua, Hilario – History of Education, 2012
Many religious orders and congregations that were deported from France between 1904 and 1914 established themselves in neighbouring countries (Belgium, Switzerland, Italy and Spain). One of the affected congregations was "Los Hermanos de las Escuelas Cristianas," which worked in the field of popular education. Many of its members found…
Descriptors: Popular Education, Private Schools, Foreign Countries, Vocational Education
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Badanelli, Ana Maria – History of Education, 2012
This article aims to give an overview of the use and the meaning of images in two types of school textbooks used in Spain from the early twentieth century until the end of the 1960s: the textbooks "Lecciones de cosas" ("object lessons") and those used for the teaching of religion. For this analysis the iconographic-iconological…
Descriptors: Art History, Textbooks, Religion, Foreign Countries
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Parker, Stephen G. – History of Education, 2010
From its inception in 1922 the BBC pioneered a new medium in the education of children. This article traces the origins and development of a particular broadcast, "Children's Hour Prayers," a short worship time for children (appended to "Children's Hour") which began in wartime, and ended, along with the host programme itself,…
Descriptors: Social Science Research, Radio, Programming (Broadcast), Children