Anthropology, History, and Education

Anthropology, History, and Education
Title Anthropology, History, and Education PDF eBook
Author Immanuel Kant
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Pages 20
Release 2007-11-29
Genre Philosophy
ISBN 0521452503

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This 2007 volume contains all of Kant's major writings on human nature.




The Anthropology of Learning in Childhood

The Anthropology of Learning in Childhood
Title The Anthropology of Learning in Childhood PDF eBook
Author David F. Lancy
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
Pages 497
Release 2010
Genre Education
ISBN 075911322X

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The Anthropology of Learning in Childhood offers a portrait of childhood across time, culture, species, and environment. Anthropological research on learning in childhood has been scarce, but this book will change that. It demonstrates that anthropologists studying childhood can offer a description and theoretically sophisticated account of children's learning and its role in their development, socialization, and enculturation. Further, it shows the particular contribution that children's learning makes to the construction of society and culture as well as the role that culture-acquiring children play in human evolution. Book jacket.




Anthropology in Medical Education

Anthropology in Medical Education
Title Anthropology in Medical Education PDF eBook
Author Iveris Martinez
Publisher Springer Nature
Pages 379
Release 2021-03-04
Genre Social Science
ISBN 3030622770

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This volume reflects on how anthropologists have engaged in medical education and aims to positively influence the future careers of anthropologists who are currently engaged or are considering a career in medical education. The volume is essential for medical educators, administrators, researchers, and practitioners, those interested in the history of medicine, global health, sociology of health and illness, medical and applied anthropology. For over a century, anthropologists have served in many roles in medical education: teaching, curriculum development, administration, research, and planning. Recent changes in medical education focusing on diversity, social determinants of health, and more humanistic patient-centered care have opened the door for more anthropologists in medical schools. The chapter authors describe various ways in which anthropologists have engaged and are currently involved in training physicians, in various countries, as well as potential new directions in this field. They address critical topics such as: the history of anthropology in medical education; humanism, ethics, and the culture of medicine; interprofessional and collaborative clinical care; incorporating patient perspectives in practice; addressing social determinants of health, health disparities, and cultural competence; anthropological roles in planning and implementation of medical education programs; effective strategies for teaching medical students; comparative analysis of systems of care in Japan, Uganda, France, United Kingdom, Mexico, Canada and throughout the United States; and potential new directions for anthropological engagement with medicine. The volume overall emphasizes the important role of anthropology in educating physicians throughout the world to improve patient care and population health.




A Companion to the Anthropology of Education

A Companion to the Anthropology of Education
Title A Companion to the Anthropology of Education PDF eBook
Author Bradley A. Levinson
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Pages 592
Release 2016-01-19
Genre Social Science
ISBN 1119111668

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A Companion to the Anthropology of Education presents a comprehensive and state-of-the-art overview of the field, exploring the social and cultural dimension of educational processes in both formal and nonformal settings. Explores theoretical and applied approaches to cultural practice in a diverse range of educational settings around the world, in both formal and non-formal contexts Includes contributions by leading educational anthropologists Integrates work from and on many different national systems of scholarship, including China, the United States, Africa, the Middle East, Colombia, Mexico, India, the United Kingdom, and Denmark Examines the consequences of history, cultural diversity, language policies, governmental mandates, inequality, and literacy for everyday educational processes




Anthropologies of Education

Anthropologies of Education
Title Anthropologies of Education PDF eBook
Author Kathryn M. Anderson-Levitt
Publisher Berghahn Books
Pages 361
Release 2011-10-01
Genre Social Science
ISBN 0857452746

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Despite international congresses and international journals, anthropologies of education differ significantly around the world. Linguistic barriers constrain the flow of ideas, which results in a vast amount of research on educational anthropology that is not published in English or is difficult for international readers to find. This volume responds to the call to attend to educational research outside the United States and to break out of “metropolitan provincialism.” A guide to the anthropologies and ethnographies of learning and schooling published in German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Slavic languages, Japanese, and English as a second language, show how scholars in Latin America, Japan, and elsewhere adapt European, American, and other approaches to create new traditions. As the contributors show, educators draw on different foundational research and different theoretical discussions. Thus, this global survey raises new questions and casts a new light on what has become a too-familiar discipline in the United States.




Linguistic Anthropology of Education

Linguistic Anthropology of Education
Title Linguistic Anthropology of Education PDF eBook
Author Stanton E.F. Wortham
Publisher Praeger
Pages 294
Release 2003
Genre Education
ISBN

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Over the years, linguistic anthropological research has shown how classrooms are socializing institutions and how language functions as one medium through which this socialization is accomplished. Early work in the field has captured the immediacy of social practice and language use in educational contexts, and has created useful characterizations of variations in communicative competence. The present work builds on the strengths of prior work, showing how new theoretical concepts and empirical methods developed in linguistic anthropology over the last decade can further illuminate educational settings. The authors introduce an updated Linguistic Anthropology of Education which recognizes that, in the rapidly changing field of cultural production within which children and teachers operate today, the exploration of multiple, pre-existing forms of communicative competence is not enough. This volume elaborates theory and illustrates the tools and practices of the Linguistic Anthropology of Education to account for today's research context in which the multiplicity of identity, and the multiple ways language can be used to represent it, have important ramifications for how learning and social reproduction emerge within educational contexts.




Empathy and History

Empathy and History
Title Empathy and History PDF eBook
Author Tyson Retz
Publisher Berghahn Books
Pages 256
Release 2018-07-27
Genre History
ISBN 1785339206

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Since empathy first emerged as an object of inquiry within British history education in the early 1970s, teachers, scholars and policymakers have debated the concept’s role in the teaching and learning of history. Yet over the years this discussion has been confined to specialized education outlets, while empathy’s broader significance for history and philosophy has too often gone unnoticed. Empathy and History is the first comprehensive account of empathy’s place in the practice, teaching, and philosophy of history. Beginning with the concept’s roots in nineteenth-century German historicism, the book follows its historical development, transformation, and deployment while revealing its relevance for practitioners today.