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- Coda: terrorism, globalization, schooling and humanity
Ladwig, James G.
- As a coda to this collection of important and insightful essays, I would like to offer just one more vision of how the world we inhabit has come to be the way it is. The point of this analysis will be to ask readers to consider just how it is that the dilemmas of injustice, inequality, and terror have come to be so clearly similar around the planet.For all the specificity the essays in this volume rightfully declare, from amidst the detailed interactions which create the racisms, the awful inhumanity that all too many experience, the global structures of power constructed by schooling itself are the foundations of our current struggles.
- Transnational Perspectives on Culture, Policy, and Education: Redirecting Cultural Studies in Neoliberal Times p. 341-349
- Intersections in Communications and Culture 21
- Peter D. Lang
- Resource Type
- book chapter