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Zembylas, Michalinos – International Review of Education, 2012
Drawing into a discussion of the politicisation of emotion, this paper develops a framework to analyse some of the processes and strategies by which educational policies and pedagogical practices "emotionalise" the representation of refugees in conflict-ridden societies such as Cyprus and explores the implications for peace education. In…
Descriptors: Peace, Foreign Countries, Refugees, Psychological Patterns
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Fry, Prem S. – International Review of Education/Internationale Zeitschrift fuer Erziehungswissenschaft/Revue Internationale de Pedagogie, 1992
Considers the unique cognitive and intellectual factors that influence the learning and education of older adults. Reviews research on patterns of intellectual and cognitive aging and the implications of patterns in attention, memory, information retrieval, and tolerance for interference in the development of cognitive training programs for older…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Aging (Individuals), Cognitive Development, Cognitive Processes
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Fien, John – International Review of Education/Internationale Zeitschrift fuer Erziehungswissenschaft/Revue Internationale de Pedagogie, 1991
Offers guidance on integrating peace studies into the secondary school geography curriculum. Defines negative and positive peace, welfare geography and radical geography, and positive peace through empowerment. Presents an education for peace learning activity focusing on land rights for Australia's aboriginal people. Suggests other appropriate…
Descriptors: Class Activities, Curriculum Development, Curriculum Enrichment, Geography
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Lahire, Bernard – International Review of Education/Internationale Zeitschrift fuer Erziehungswissenschaft/Revue Internationale de Pedagogie, 1991
Analyzes the oral language patterns of students from working class backgrounds, revealing a preference for practical efficiency of communication over grammatical correctness or precision. By school standards, their spoken narrations are confused, incoherent, and incorrect, leading to cultural misunderstandings, mutual incomprehension, and…
Descriptors: Child Language, Elementary Education, Foreign Countries, Grammatical Acceptability