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Meritocratic Education and Social Worthlessness (Palgrave Pivot) (edition 2012)

by Khen Lampert (Author)

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This book critically examines the socio-cultural role of achievement within education, arguing that the increasingly global demand for measurable standards of academic achievement is an expression of political ideology and the aggressive competitive reality of a neo-capitalist schooling system, resulting in many students feeling socially worthless.… (more)
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Title:Meritocratic Education and Social Worthlessness (Palgrave Pivot)
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Info:Palgrave Pivot (2012), Edition: 2013, 142 pages
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This book critically examines the socio-cultural role of achievement within education, arguing that the increasingly global demand for measurable standards of academic achievement is an expression of political ideology and the aggressive competitive reality of a neo-capitalist schooling system, resulting in many students feeling socially worthless.

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