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Critical Pedagogy, the State, and Cultural Struggle (Teacher Empowerment & School Reform) Paperback – July 3, 1989
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"It's imaginative, critical, powerful, and trenchant. The book is clearly on the cutting edge of educational theory." -- David Purpel, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
About the Author
Henry A. Giroux is Director at the Center for Education and Cultural Studies, Miami University, Ohio.
Peter L. McLaren is Associate Director at the Center for Education and Cultural Studies, Miami University, Ohio.
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