Understandings of Ideologies

Hardcover | June 8, 2009

byDebbie Noesgaard, David Yoshida, Rachel Colless

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The Understandings of Ideologies text has been developed to fit the Alberta program rationale, philosophy, and vision, and the learning outcomes of the Program of Studies for the 30-2. The text takes an issue-focused approach to the teaching of social sciences that incorporates multipleperspectives, current affairs, and controversial topics. French version available in August 2009. Please contact Cheneliere Education at www.cheneliere.ca for details.Sample Chapters: a href="http://www.oupcanada.com/school/30-2_sample_chapters.html"http://www.oupcanada.com/school/30-2_sample_chapters.html/a

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The Understandings of Ideologies text has been developed to fit the Alberta program rationale, philosophy, and vision, and the learning outcomes of the Program of Studies for the 30-2. The text takes an issue-focused approach to the teaching of social sciences that incorporates multipleperspectives, current affairs, and controversial ...

Debbie Noesgaard is a Teacher at Sir William Van Horne H.S., Calgary Board of Education. David Yoshida is Social Studies Department Head at Grand Centre High School, Cold Lake Alberta. Rachel Colless is a Teacher at John G. Diefenbacker High School, Calgary Board of Education. John Fielding is a Retired Professor, Faculty of Education...
Format:HardcoverDimensions:472 pages, 10.5 × 9.25 × 1.2 inPublished:June 8, 2009Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195427777

ISBN - 13:9780195427776

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Part 1: Identity and Ideology1. Exploring Different Ways of Thinking2. Exploring Individualism3. Exploring CollectivismPart 2: The Origin and Growth of Liberalism4. Exploring the Roots of Liberalism5. Responding to Classical Liberalism6. Reaction to Classical Liberalism7. Reaction of Classical Liberalism8. Ideologies in Conflict after World War II9. Imposing Liberalism10. Challenging LiberalismPart 3: The Viability of Liberalism11. Exploring Democracy in Theory and Practice12. Economic Economic Equality13. Exploring Government Choices and Liberalism14. Reflecting on the Viability of LiberalismPart 4: Ideology and Citizenship15. Reflecting on Ideology and Citizenship16. Taking Action for Change