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Mirror images : popular culture and education

Author: Diana Silberman-Keller
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang, ©2008.
Series: Counterpoints (New York, N.Y.), v. 338.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book considers education in both formal and informal settings, and looks critically at the accepted dichotomy between education and popular culture. It argues that popular culture is capable of educating and that education shares many characteristics with popular culture, and tries to overcome these dichotomous relationships while also trying to clarify the reciprocal effects between the two.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Diana Silberman-Keller
ISBN: 9781433102301 1433102307 9781433102318 1433102315
OCLC Number: 185095447
Description: vi, 226 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction / Diana Silberman Keller [and others] --
The Hollywood view: protecting the status quo in schools onscreen / Mary M. Dalton --
Building a new world from ashes / Karen Anijar and David Gabbard --
"Try to see this movie as an educational movie about life will you": a critical cultural study of race and education in popular film / Gordon Alley Young --
Militarization, public pedagogy, and the biopolitics of popular culture / Henry A. Giroux --
Reappraising critical perspectives in popular culture and education / Zvi Bekerman --
Education and popular culture: chiasmatic reflections in Almodovar's Bad education and Tarantino's Kill Bill / Diana Silberman-Keller --
Make a point and score ten thousands: learning from serious games / Gonzalo Frasca --
Critical education in an interactive age / Kurt Squire --
Convergence and divergence, informal learning in online fanfiction communities and formal writing pedagogy / Rebecca Ward Black --
Close to the edge: the poetry of hip hop / Mary Stone Hanley --
Advertising and consumerism: a space for pedagogical practice / Virginia S. Funes --
If ideas were fashion / David Wong & Danah Henriksen --
Popular culture and the teaching of history: a critical reflection / Carlos Antonio Aguirre Rojas.
Series Title: Counterpoints (New York, N.Y.), v. 338.
Responsibility: edited by Diana Silberman Keller [and others].
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This book considers education in both formal and informal settings, and looks critically at the accepted dichotomy between education and popular culture. It argues that popular culture is capable of educating and that education shares many characteristics with popular culture, and tries to overcome these dichotomous relationships while also trying to clarify the reciprocal effects between the two.

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