Learning What You Cannot Say - Teaching Free Speech and Political Literacy in an Authoritarian Age

by John L. Hoben
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John L. Hoben Learning What You Cannot Say - Teaching Free Speech and Political Literacy in an Authoritarian Age
John L. Hoben - Learning What You Cannot Say - Teaching Free Speech and Political Literacy in an Authoritarian Age

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How do teachers know the limits of their speech? Free speech means more than simply being free to agree, though the authoritarian managerial cultures of many schools increasingly ignore the need for a strong and empowered teaching profession. In response to this ongoing systemic contradiction, Learning What You Cannot Say provides a unique combination of teacher narratives, cultural theory and «black letter law» as part of a broader effort to create an active and effective critical legal literacy. The book explores the subtle ways in which cultural values inform shared perceptions of the black letter law and the detrimental impact of teacher apathy and confusion about rights. Since public schools educate our future citizens who learn not only from books but also by example, strong teacher speech is vital to the continued health of both our education system and our democracy. Any transformative form of political literacy, the author insists, must consider the cultural politics as well as the substantive law of rights.

Contributors

Author:
John L. Hoben

Further information

Table of Contents:
Contents: Education & Free Speech – Rethinking Democracy in Education –The Meaning of Free Speech – Speech, Community & Culture – Disciplinary Power & the Reasonable Limitation – Leaving it all at the Schoolhouse Gates?
Media Type:
Softcover
Publisher:
Peter Lang Publishing Inc. New York
Biography Artist:
John L. Hoben teaches in the law and society program and the Faculty of Education at Memorial University of Newfoundland. A member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and the Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador, in 2007 he was awarded a Canada Graduate Scholarship (Doctoral) from the Social Sciences and Humanities Council of Canada to conduct a three-year study of teacher speech. Hoben regularly writes and presents on the theory and law of rights, technology and education, democratic education and civic literacy.
Language:
English
Edition:
1
Number of Pages:
241
Summary:
Learning What You Cannot Say provides a unique combination of teacher narratives, cultural theory and «black letter law» as part of a broader effort to create an active and effective critical legal literacy. The book explores the subtle ways in which cultural values inform shared perceptions of the black letter law and the detrimental impact of teacher apathy and confusion about rights.

Master Data

Product Type:
Paperback book
Release date:
27 November 2014
Package Dimensions:
0.221 x 0.15 x 0.018 m; 0.272 kg
GTIN:
09781433123757
DUIN:
I105NVS9F27
£28.95
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