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Dewey The Dilemma Of Race

Author : Thomas Daniel Fallace
ISBN : 9780807751640
Genre : Education
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This historical study traces how John Dewey, as did most of his contemporaries, struggled with the major dilemma of how to reconcile evolution, pedagogy, democracy, and race. In an original and provocative presentation, the author seeks to capture Dewey's original meaning by placing him in his own intellectual and cultural context. Fallace argues that Dewey created an ethnocentric curriculum at the famous University of Chicago Laboratory School (1896–1904) that traced the linear development of Western civilization and pointed to it as the cultural endpoint of all human progress. However, in the years following the First World War, Dewey reconstructed his orientation into an interactionist-pluralist view that recognized how a diversity of cultures was a necessity for democratic living and intellectual growth. Dewey and the Dilemma of Race is the first comprehensive intellectual biography to trace the development of Dewey's educational views. Filling an important gap in our understanding of Dewey's thinking on culture and race, this book will be of interest to a broad range of educators, historians, philosophers, and scholars.

The Evolution Of American Educational Technology

Author : Paul Saettler
ISBN : 9781607529781
Genre : Education
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The primary purpose of this book is to trace the theoretical methodological foundations of American educational technology. It must be emphasized that this work is essentially as history of the process of educational technology rather than of products in the form of devices or media. Although media have played an important rode in educational technology, the reader should not lose sight of the central process which characterizes and underlies the true historical meaning and function of educational technology. Moreover, the assumption is made that all current theory, methodology, and practice rests upon the heritage of the past. Indeed, a common problem in the field has been the failure, in many instances, to take adequate account of past history in planning for the present or the future. A related purpose of this book is to provide a selective survey of research in educational technology as it relates to the American public schools. Such research reviews are not intended to be comprehensive, but were included because of their historical importance and their relevance in understanding the process of educational technology.

In Search Of Human Nature

Author : Carl N. Degler
ISBN : 0199729018
Genre : Science
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Winner of the Pulitzer Prize in History in 1972, and a past president of both the Organization of American Historians and the American Historical Association, Carl Degler is one of America's most eminent living historians. He is also one of the most versatile. In a forty year career, he has written brilliantly on race (Neither Black Nor White, which won the Pulitzer Prize), women's studies (At Odds, which Betty Friedan called "a stunning book"), Southern history (The Other South), the New Deal, and many other subjects. Now, in The Search for Human Nature, Degler turns to perhaps his largest subject yet, a sweeping history of the impact of Darwinism (and biological research) on our understanding of human nature, providing a fascinating overview of the social sciences in the last one hundred years. The idea of a biological root to human nature was almost universally accepted at the turn of the century, Degler points out, then all but vanished from social thought only to reappear in the last four decades. Degler traces the early history of this idea, from Darwin's argument that our moral and emotional life evolved from animals just as our human shape did, to William James's emphasis on instinct in human behavior (then seen as a fundamental insight of psychology). We also see the many applications of biology, from racism, sexism, and Social Darwinism to the rise of intelligence testing, the eugenics movement, and the practice of involuntary sterilization of criminals (a public policy pioneered in America, which had sterilization laws 25 years before Nazi Germany--one such law was upheld by Oliver Wendell Holmes's Supreme Court). Degler then examines the work of those who denied any role for biology, who thought culture shaped human nature, a group ranging from Franz Boas, Ruth Benedict, and Margaret Mead, to John B. Watson and B.F. Skinner. Equally important, he examines the forces behind this fundamental shift in a scientific paradigm, arguing that ideological reasons--especially the struggle against racism and sexism in America--led to this change in scientific thinking. Finally, Degler considers the revival of Darwinism without the Social Darwinism, racism, and sexism, led first by ethologists such as Karl von Frisch, Nikolaas Tinbergen, Konrad Lorenz, and Jane Goodall--who revealed clear parallels between animal and human behavior--and followed in varying degrees by such figures as Melvin Konner, Alice Rossi, Jerome Kagen, and Edward O. Wilson as well as others in anthropology, political science, sociology, and economics. What kind of animal is Homo sapiens and how did we come to be this way? In this wide ranging history, Carl Degler traces our attempts over the last century to answer these questions. In doing so, he has produced a volume that will fascinate anyone curious about the nature of human beings.

The Psychological Review

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ISBN : PRNC:32101076040961
Genre : Psychology
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The Psychological Review

Author : Irving King
ISBN : MSU:31293104356278
Genre : Psychology
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Essays In Psychical Research

Author : William James
ISBN : 0674267087
Genre : Philosophy
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The more than 50 articles, essays, and reviews collected here for the first time were published by James over a span of some 25 years. The record of a sustained interest in phenomena of a highly controversial nature, they make it amply clear that James's work in psychical research was not an eccentric hobby but a serious and sympathetic concern.

The Journal Of Ophthalmology Otology And Laryngology

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ISBN : HARVARD:32044103073490
Genre : Homeopathy
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Psychological Review

Author : James Mark Baldwin
ISBN : UVA:X000266928
Genre : Electronic journals
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Issues for 1894-1903 include the section: Psychological literature.

Bulletin Of New Books

Author : Mercantile Library Association of the City of New-York
ISBN : STANFORD:36105119351687
Genre : Bibliography
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The University Record

Author : University of Chicago
ISBN : UOM:39015076358202
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University Record

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ISBN : IOWA:31858046258202
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A History Of English Utilitarianism

Author : Ernest Albee
ISBN : 9781317832164
Genre : Philosophy
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First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Transactions And Proceedings Of The American Philological Association

Author : American Philological Association
ISBN : HARVARD:AH3LW5
Genre : Classical philology
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Bibliographical record of works published by members of the Association, in v. 28- 1897-

Publications Of The Teaching Staff

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ISBN : OSU:32435055070452
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Journal Of Genetic Psychology

Author : Granville Stanley Hall
ISBN : STANFORD:36105003601601
Genre : Child psychology
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Vols. 5-15 include "Bibliography of child study. By Louis N. Wilson."

University Record

Author : University of Chicago
ISBN : HARVARD:HXJ2DN
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George Bernard Shaw

Author : T. F. Evans
ISBN : 0415159539
Genre : Reference
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This set comprises 40 volumes covering nineteenth and twentieth century European and American authors. These volumes will be available as a complete set, mini boxed sets (by theme) or as individual volumes. This second set compliments the first 68 volume set of Critical Heritage published by Routledge in October 1995.

Publications Of The Teaching Staff

Author : Ohio State University
ISBN : UCAL:B3088490
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Publications Of The Teaching Staff Prior To July 1 1907

Author : Ohio State University
ISBN : UOM:39015076402695
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Index To The Periodicals Of 1890 1902

Author : The Review of reviews
ISBN : PRNC:32101074693951
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