Stavroula Philippou (Ed.)

"Europe" turned local - the local turned European?

Constructions of "Europe" in Social Studies curricula across Europe
Reihe: Europa lernen. Perspektiven für eine Didaktik europäischer Kulturstudien
"Europe" turned local - the local turned European?
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This book draws theoretically and methodologically from the sociology of curriculum, educational policy, and comparative education to meta-analyse the findings of nine separate studies which explored constructions of "Europe" in the Social Studies secondary school curricula of a respective number of countries: Baden-Wurttemberg (Germany), Greece, France, Poland, Cyprus, Northern Ireland (UK), Sweden, Ireland and the Autonomous Community of the Basque Country (Spain).

The objectives of the book are threefold: firstly, to explore constructions of "Europe" and "European identity-citizenship" in these countries' curricula; secondly, to explore whether, and, if so, how these findings indicate a "Europeanisation" of national curricula; and thirdly, to discuss the similarities, differences, continuities, discontinuities and tensions identified when comparing these curricula.

Stavroula Philippou is a Lecturer (Curriculum and Teaching) at the Department of Education, University of Cyprus. Her research focuses on the Theory, History and Sociology of Curriculum; Teacher Professionalism; European Curriculum Policy; Social Studies Education.
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