Table of contents for Empowering education : critical teaching for social change / Ira Shor.


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Acknowledgments Introduction - The First Day of Class: Passing the Test 1. Education Is Politics: An Agenda for Empowerment 2. Problem-Posing: Situated and Multicultural Learning 3. Three Roads to Critical Thought: Generative, Topical, and Academic Themes 4. Critical Dialogue versus Teacher-Talk: Classroom Discourse and Social Inequality 5. Rethinking Knowledge and Society: "Desocialization" and "Critical Consciousness" 6. Democratic Authority: Resistance, Subject Matter, and the Learning Process 7. Critical Teaching and Classroom Research: An Interdisciplinary Field for Activist Learning 8. Becoming an Empowering Educator: Obstacles to and Resources for Critical Teaching 9. "The Third Idiom": Inventing a Transformative Discourse for Education References Author Index Subject Index



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Critical pedagogy -- United States.