Citizenship through Secondary History

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Acknowledgements

We would like to thank a number of publishers for permission to reproduce material in this book. Figure 8.1 produced by A. Osler and H. Starkey, appeared in Oxford Review of Education 25, (1&2) (1999), published by Taylor & Francis Ltd. Figures 5.3 and 5.5 by Andrew Wrenn were published in Teaching History, published by the Historical Association. Figures 9.1 and 9.2, by Derek Heater, were published in I. Davies and A. Sobisch (eds) (1997) Developing European Citizens, Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University Press. Figure 10.1 by Derek Heater, first appeared in D. Heater (1998) The Elements of Citizenship, London, Citizenship Foundation. Table 9.1 by Mary Rauner, appeared in M. Rauner (1997) 'Citizenship in the curriculum: the globalization of civics education in anglophone Africa: 1955-1995', in C. McNeely (ed.) Public Rights, Public Rules: constituting citizens in the world polity and national policy, New York, Garland Publishing. Figures 3.1 and 3.2 were first published in Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (1998) Education for Citizenship and the Teaching of Democracy in Schools, London: Qualifications and Curriculum Authority. Table 5.1 appeared in T. McAleavy (1993) 'Using the attainment targets in Key Stage 3: AT 2 Interpretations of History', Teaching History, 72, pp. 14-17.

The authors are greatly indebted to administrative staff, students, teachers and colleagues who have helped with the preparation of the text, discussed ideas and suggested ways forward. Particular mention can be made of Daniel Wright and Mary Yates. Lynn Davies as well as Rachael, Hannah and Matthew Davies deserve grateful thanks.

The authors are grateful to Professor Bernard Crick for agreeing to write a Foreword to the book and to Rosamund Howe for her careful and thorough work on the manuscript.

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