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Title:Schooling as an Agency of Education: Some Implications for Curriculum Theory
Author(s):Westbury, Ian
Subject(s):curriculum research
Educational theory
Pedagogy
Institutionalism
Classrooms
School curricula
History of classrooms
Geographic Coverage:United States
England
Abstract:This chapter, first presented in 1974, sought to outline a framework for an empirical field of curriculum. It reviews some then-recent research on classrooms and their history and the school curriculum in England and the United States one agency for education and the implications of ths view for how curriculum scholars might understand their field and its dilemmas..
Issue Date:1980
Publisher:Hodder & Stoughton
Citation Info:Westbury, I. (1980) Schooling as an Agency of Education: Some Implications for Curriculum Theory. In W. Bryan Dockrell and David Hamilton (eds), Rethinking Educational Research. London: Hodder & Stoughton, pp. 88─114.
Genre:Book Chapter
Type:Text
Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/107818
Date Available in IDEALS:2020-08-12


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