Citizenship through Secondary History

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Index

a
Abrams, F. 5 , 7
Acton, E. 108
Adey, K. 101
Advisory Group on Education for Citizenship and the Teaching of Democracy in Schools see Citizenship Advisory Group
Ahrendt, D. 118 , 124
Albala-Bertrand, L. 129
Aldrich, R. 101
Amsterdam, Treaty of (1997) 120
Anderson, B. 59
Andrews, G. 5
Angell, A.V. and Hahn, C.L. 129
Annette, J. 3
Appiah, L. 64
Appleby, J. et al.132
Arnold, J. 102
Arnot, M. et al.8
Arthur, J. 56 ;
and Davison, J. 67
Audigier, F. 30 , 31 , 122

b
Bage, G. 84
Baker, C. et al.33
Baker, K. 10 , 11
Baker, Lord 82
Barber, M. 135
Batho, G. 3
Beck, J. 5 , 93
Bell, D. 57
Bellah, R. et al.58
Bentley, T. 5
Bloom, A. 41
Blunkett, D. 9 , 106
Boothroyd, B. 11
Boult, M. 97
Bourne, H. 90
Bousted, M. and Davies, I. 36
Bracey, P. 136
Brittan, L. 116
Brown, C. 3
Brunson, M. 10
Bryant, C.G.A. 116
Burston, W.H. and Green, C.W. 90
Butterfield, H. 92

c
Callan, E. 5
Cannon, D. 8
Carr, E.H. 90
Cassidy, S. 15
Centre for the Study of Global Governance (LSE) 129 , 132
citizenship, central features 30 -1;
debates concerning 160 ;
definitions of 6 - 7 , 29 ;
differing views on 5 - 6 ;
and diversity 108 ;
global challenge 26 ;
individual challenge 26 ;
and interaction with others 162 ;
interest in education of 7 - 9 ;
knowledge/understanding of 30 , 39 - 40 , 109 ;
no tradition of teaching 4 - 5 ;
promotion through history 93
Citizenship Advisory Group 3 , 80 , 82 ;
approach 12 , 16 - 17 ;
challenges 23 -6;
definition 12 , 14 - 15 ;
endorsement/acceptance of recommendations 17 - 23 ;
key debates 11 - 13 ;
scope/involvement 12 , 15 ;
status/allocation 15 - 16 ;
support 12 , 17 ;
terms of reference/membership 9 - 11
citizenship education 160 -2;
about 71 -6, 79 ;
approaches to 30 , 31 -2, 43 ;
challenges to 24 -6, 27 ;
confusion concerning 53 ;
connection with teaching/learning history 31 -2;
content/learning outcomes 49 ;
factual knowledge about institutions 31 ;
for 76 , 78 , 79 ;
and global education 31 ;
implementing through history 33 - 42 ;

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