Community and the World: Participating in Social Change
This collection of articles and artwork examines inclusive community development education, which engages members of diverse, often marginalised groups in research and education for social change. Community development education is the democratic and scholarly practice of involving everyday people, from all backgrounds, in the research-based process of designing, starting, and evaluating programs that meet people's needs. The book's varied contributions serve as personalised invitations to: work with others as equals, join democratic social projects, talk to people "you wouldn't have talked to before", value self-education, recognise contributions made by unpaid workers, invent ways to be non-violent, challenge passivity, and use democracy as a way to improve communities and the world. Addressing culture to science, chapters contain work carried out by younger and older scholarly activists in: Women's Studies, anti-racist and anti-colonial studies, history, the social sciences, global studies, community studies, media studies, horticulture, philosophy, education, co-operatives and community service, social-movement organising, project development, political art, and popular music. Each chapter contains diverse themes, comes from multidisciplinary research, and speaks to the subject of education for social change in individual ways. Contributions focus on popular education, self-education, self-defined group education, group-defined university projects, and scholarly activism in local to global movements.
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CREATING NEW EDUCATIONAL CENTERS FOR SOCIAL CHANGE
ACADEMIC ACTIVISTS COMMUNITY STUDIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SANTA CRUZ
MULTICULTURAL COMMUNITYBASED KNOWLEDGE BUILDING LESSONS FROM A TINY INSTITUTION WHERE STUDENTS AND FAC...
WORKERS EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS LIBERAL ARTS LEARNING FOR ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP
TRANSLATING FEMINIST POSTCOLONIAL AND POSTMODERN THOUGHT IN THE CONTEXT OF SOCIAL ACTIVISM
ENHANCING PERSPECTIVE TRANSFORMATION THROUGH SERVICELEARNING STAFF
EDUCATION FOR SOCIAL CHANGE BETWEEN FEMINIST AND POSTCOLONIAL THEORIES
PRISON INTELLECTUALS AND THE STRUGGLE FOR ABOLITION
THE ROAD LESS TRAVELED RETHINKING PRISON EDUCATION
MAKING MUSIC POPULAR EDUCATION ON CULTURAL CHANGE
HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON SCHOLARLY ACTIVISM
DEVELOPING A NEW CONSCIOUSNESS AND SOCIETY AN ESSAY ON RACISM AND RACE
THE LIFE OF THE PEOPLE THE LEGACY OF NFS GRUNDTVIG AND NONVIOLENT SOCIAL CHANGE THROUGH POPULAR EDUCATION...
SITUATING THE CONTEMPORARY GRASSROOTS COOPERATIVES INTELLECTUAL AND POLITICAL ORIGINS
USING THE POWER OF SCHOLARLY ACTIVISM TO DEVELOP INNOVATIVE PROJECTS
RESISTING TONGUETWISTER LANGUAGE IN SEARCH OF A PRACTICAL FEMINISM
BROAD CULTURAL CHANGE AND POPULAR EDUCATION
HOSPITALITY IN A MOROCCAN VILLAGE TRAVELS OF A FEMINIST ARTIST AN ESSAY
EXPLORING THE WORLD THROUGH ARTISTIC EXPRESSION
A GALLERY OF SOCIALPOLITICAL ART AN ESSAY
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