Critical pedagogies of consumption : living and learning in the shadow of the "shopocalypse"
- New York : Routledge, 2010.
- Physical description
- xxvi, 278 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
- Sociocultural, political, and historical studies in education.
LC66 .C74 2010
- Unknown LC66 .C74 2010
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Chapter 1: Introduction: Exploring Consumption's Pedagogy and Envisioning a Critical Pedagogy of Consumption--Living and Learning in the Shadow of the "Shopocalypse, " Jennifer A. Sandlin, Arizona State University and Peter McLaren, UCLA Part I: Education, Consumption, and the Social, Economic, and Environmental Crises of Capitalism Chapter 2: Rootlessness, Reenchantment and Educating Desire: A Brief History of the Pedagogy of Consumption, Michael Hoechsmann, McGill University, Montreal, Canada Chapter 3: Consuming Learning, Robin Usher, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia Chapter 4: Producing Crisis: Green Consumerism as an Ecopedagogical Issue, Richard Kahn, University of North Dakota Chapter 5: Teaching Against Consumer Capitalism in the Age of Commercialization and Corporatization of Public Education, Ramin Farahmandpur, Portland State University Part II: Schooling the Consumer Citizen Chapter 6: Schooling for Consumption, Joel Spring, Queens College and Graduate Center, City University of New York Chapter 7: Schools Inundated in a Marketing-Saturated World, Alex Molnar, Arizona State University, Faith Boninger, Arizona State University, Gary Wilkinson, University of Hull, England and Joseph Fogarty, Corballa National School, Sligo, Ireland and Chairperson of the Campaign for Commercial-Free Education Chapter 8: Exploring the Privatized Dimension of Entrepreneurship Education and its Link to the Emergence of the College Student Entrepreneur, Matthew M. Mars, McGuire Center of Entrepreneurship, University of Arizona Chapter 9: Framing Higher Education: Nostalgia, Entrepreneurship, Consumerism and Redemption, Gustavo E. Fischman, Arizona State University and Eric Haas, WestEd, Oakland, CA Chapter 10: Politicizing Consumer Education: Conceptual Evolutions, Sue L. T. McGregor, Mount St. Vincent University, Halifax, Canada Part III: Consumption, Popular Culture, Everyday Life, and the Education of Desire Chapter 11: Consuming the All-American Corporate Burger: McDonald's "Does It All For You, " Joe L. Kincheloe Chapter 12: Barbie: The Bitch Can Buy Anything, Shirley R. Steinberg, McGill University, Montreal, Canada Chapter 13: Consuming Skin: Dermographies of Female Subjection and Abjection, Jane Kenway, Monash University, Victoria, Australia and Elizabeth Bullen, Deakin University, Victoria, Australia Chapter 14: Happy Cows and Passionate Beefscapes: Nature as Landscape and Lifestyle in Food Advertisements, Anne Marie Todd, San Jose State University Chapter 15: Creating the Ethical Parent-Consumer Subject: Commerce, Moralities and Pedagogies in Early Parenthood, Lydia Martens, Keele University, UK Chapter 16: Chocolate, Place, and a Pedagogy of Consumer Privilege, David A. Greenwood, Washington State University Part IV: Unlearning Consumerism through Critical Pedagogies of Consumption: Sites of Contestation and Resistance Chapter 17: Re-Imagining Consumption: Political and Creative Practices of Arts-Based Environmental Adult Education, Darlene E. Clover, University of Victoria, Canada and Katie Shaw, University of Victoria, Canada Chapter 18: Using Cultural Production to Undermine Consumption: Paul Robeson as Radical Cultural Worker, Stephen D. Brookfield, University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis, MN Chapter 19: Beyond the Culture Jam, Valerie Scatamburlo-D'Annibale, University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada Chapter 20: Global Capitalism and Strategic Visual Pedagogy, David Darts, New York University and Kevin Tavin, The Ohio State University Chapter 21: Turning America Into a Toy Store, Henry A. Giroux, McMaster University Chapter 22: United We Consume? Artists Trash Consumer Culture and Corporate Green Washing, Nicolas Lampert, Visual Artist, JustSeeds Visual Resistance Artists' Cooperative List of Contributors.
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- Publisher's Summary
- Explores consumption and its relation to learning, identity development, and education. This examines educational sites - both formal and informal - where learners and teachers are resisting consumerism and enacting a critical pedagogy of consumption.
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- Publication date
- edited by Jennifer A. Sandlin, Peter McLaren.
- Sociocultural, political, and historical studies in education