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Antonio Gramsci’s impact on critical pedagogy

By Peter Mayo

Abstract

This paper provides an account of Antonio Gramsci’s impact on the area of critical pedagogy. It indicates the Gramscian influence on the thinking of major exponents of the field. It foregrounds Gramsci's ideas and then indicates how they have been taken up by a selection of critical pedagogy exponents who were chosen on the strength of their identification and engagement with Gramsci's ideas, some of them even having written entire essays on Gramsci. The essay concludes with a discussion concerning an aspect of Gramsci's concerns, the question of powerful knowledge, which, in the present author's view, provides a formidable challenge to critical pedagogues

Topics: Critical pedagogy, Gramsci, Antonio, 1891-1937, Commodification, Imperialism, Colonies, Communism, Capitalism, Education -- Study and teaching
Publisher: Sage
Year: 2014
DOI identifier: 10.1177/0896920513512694
OAI identifier: oai:www.um.edu.mt:123456789/1630
Provided by: OAR@UM

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