Henry A. Giroux's La inocencia robada: Juventud, multinacionales y política PDF

By Henry A. Giroux

ISBN-10: 8471124785

ISBN-13: 9788471124784

Henry A. GIROUX finds how the company tradition is invading the lives of women and boys, attempting to "steal their innocence" to place to the marketplace fast, turning them into shoppers. It examines 3 significant myths dominant in our society: 1) that the triumph of democracy and the liberal tradition is expounded to the triumph of the industry, 2) that either the kid as his characteristic "innocence" mirror features of a usual nation, and never impact them the heritage, society, energy and politics, three) that educating and studying are not any longer associated with enhancing the realm, therefore assuming fatalism that conceals the tradition of professionalism.However, it additionally examines the works of Antonio GRAMSCI, Paulo Freire and Stuart corridor to check their classes on tips to advertise schooling and cultural atmosphere extra reasonable and fit for kids.

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Las últimas décadas han sido una época de crisis general en la vida universitaria. Las cuestiones relativas al sentido y la finalidad de la educación superior, la naturaleza cambiante de lo que se entienda por saber en una sociedad multicultural, las crecientes discrepancias entre el mal remunerado *2 Males: Framing Youth, págs. 8-9. ", pág. 8. '** Un índice que mide ia calidad de vida de los niños afirma que la salud social de estos está en su punto más bajo en veinticinco años. Véase: 1996 Index of Social Health.

Con respecto a las estadísticas específicas sobre el estado de la juventud en los Estados Unidos, véanse: Children's Defense Fund: The State of America's Children Yearbook 1998. : Keeping Women and Children Last. Nueva York; Penguin, 1996. © Ediciones Morata, S. L. 48 La inocencia robada excluidos de la privilegiada y protectora invocación de la inocencia a causa de su raza o clase social. A los políticos les interesa poco el bienestar de los niños pobres y no blancos. En vista de ello, la inocencia surge menos como un término utilizado para destacar la desaparición de los niños que como una metáfora para anunciar un plan político conservador basado en los llamados valores familiares, en el que se considera que los niños blancos de clase media son más valiosos y merecen más recursos materiales y bienes culturales de la sociedad que los niños pobres y no blancos^.

Y. Adolescents and Their Music. Nueva York; Garland, 1994, págs. 6783, y varios artículos en: Microphone Fiends, eds. Andrew Ross y Tricia Rose. Nueva York: Routledge, 1994; Lawrence Grossberg: We Gotta Get Outta Here. Nueva York; Routledge, 1992. © Ediciones Morata, S. L. Fantasías de ninfa: Los concursos infantiles de belleza y la política de inocencia 49 alimentado el frenesí del miedo asociado a una década de revelaciones de presuntos abusos infantiles. Empezando por el caso de educación infantil de McMartin, de 1987, una oleada de leyes inspiradas por el miedo ha atravesado la nación para proteger a los niños de los pedófiios, maníacos sexuales, sacerdotes y profesores malvados y cualesquiera otros que pudieran clasificarse como desviados sexuales que supusieran una amenaza a la inocencia de los niños ^.

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