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Motta / Cole

Constructing Twenty-First Century Socialism in Latin America

The Role of Radical Education
2014. Buch. xxii, 259 S.: Bibliographien. Hardcover
Palgrave Macmillan ISBN 978-0-230-33823-4
Format (B x L): 14 x 21,6 cm
Gewicht: 485 g
In englischer Sprache
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In Constructing Twenty-First Century Socialism: The Role of Radical Education, Motta and Cole explore the role of the politics of knowledge and pedagogy in the reinvention of socialism for the twenty-first century. Through a critical analysis of Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela they deconstruct the mechanisms of neoliberal control as an epistemological project of monologue, closure, and violence against all 'others'. The authors develop an affirmative engagement with the traditions, practices, and politics which seek to challenge this closure through the policies of the counter-hegemonic government of Venezuela, the struggles of social movements in Brazil and Colombia, and the daily resistance of critical educators working in formal educational settings in all three countries. This mapping and analysis not only contribute to struggles for alternatives to capitalism in Latin America, but are translatable to other contexts. The book theorizes that with the exhaustion of neoliberalism, it is time to pedagogize the political and politicize the pedagogical in order to create worlds beyond capitalism.
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Illustrates the dynamic realities of twenty-first-century democratic socialism through the lens of radical education Engages in dialogue with organic intellectuals of the popular classes in Latin America Reflects on their experiences and struggles in the context of realities in the north Turns the colonial framework on its head - rather than the south learning from the north, the book explores how the north can learn from the south
Von: link iconS. Motta und link iconM. Cole