Social Sciences Today: Between Theory and Practice
Author: Georgeta Raţă and Maria Palicica
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 9781443824057
Date: 2010
Pages: 353
Format: PDF
Size: 2.23 Mb

‘Social Sciences Today: Between Theory and Practice’ is a collection of essays that appeals to teachers and researchers of social sciences no matter the level of instruction. The essays deal with three main issues of social sciences in Europe and Asia nowadays: educational theory (education as a social phenomenon – active learning, continuous training, cultivation of creativity in schoolchildren, design and implementation of educational subsystems, environmental education, environmental-awareness, management strategies to homework, reform of the social protection system, youth education; theory and methodology of curriculum and of education – educational class, e-learning implementation; philosophy, psychology and sociology of education – counselling, education, educational principles, emotionality, focus, freedom, human needs, ideal, plagiarism, psycho-moral profile, research design, and self-confidence, sociability, value). It also includes society in the context of globalisation (foreign language knowledge, the information age, the interaction between culture and translation, peace education) and identity, alterity and multiculturalism (cultural encounter, education, ethnic animosity, habitus, language, racism, village).

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