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Trofanenko, Brenda – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2014
The last twenty years have witnessed a number of studies in education, primarily within global education (Ball 2012), that have considered those processes forming the nation. It also seeks to advance the role of school in establishing an imagined community that promotes a collective identity (Trofanenko 2005). Education is expected by some to lay…
Descriptors: Emotional Response, War, History Instruction, Museums
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Nguyen, Nicole – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2013
Taking a cue from U.S. military operations, surveillance cameras, police officers, metal detectors, hall sweeps, expulsion, zero tolerance policing, and biometrics contour young people's everyday life in public schools. Given this influx in policing and surveillance in schools, recent critical scholarship broadly attends to the increase in and…
Descriptors: Urban Education, Zero Tolerance Policy, School Safety, Policy Analysis
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Dutro, Elizabeth; Kantor, Julia – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2011
"The Wire," a critically acclaimed television series on HBO, is one of the latest narratives of urban schools to appear on screen. The series--which unfolded across five seasons and aired its series finale in late 2007--is set in Baltimore and interweaves the stories of inner city residents, particularly a network of characters involved…
Descriptors: Urban Schools, Police, Law Enforcement, City Government