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Social Studies and the Press: Keeping the Beast at Bay? (International Social Studies Forum) (International Social Studies Forum)

Margaret Smith Crocco (Editor)

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ISBN 10: 1593113374 / ISBN 13: 9781593113377
Published by IAP - Informaiton Age Publishing Inc., 2005
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Title: Social Studies and the Press: Keeping the ...

Publisher: IAP - Informaiton Age Publishing Inc.

Publication Date: 2005

Binding: Hardcover

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International Social Studies Forum: The Series

Series Editors: Richard Diem, University of Texas at San Antonio and Jeff Passe, University of North Carolina

CONTENTS: PART I: Getting to Know You. Beauty or Beast? Margaret Smith Crocco. Spreading the News about Social Studies, Gene Maeroff. The “Information” Media: Social Studies’ Main Competitor, Carlos Cortes. PART II: Historical Perspectives. A Fickle Lover: Experiences with the Media in Historical Context, Ronald Evans. Headlines and Furrowed Brows: NCSS Engagement with Social Studies Critics and the Press, Tedd Levy. Dispatches from the Front Line of the Culture Wars, Linda Symcox. The Illusion of Knowledge: Editorial Perspectives On the Teaching and Learning of History, Richard J. Paxton. PART III: Lessons from the Field. The Press and Global Education, Merry Merryfield. Riding the Tiger: The Press, Myra, and Me, David Sadker. Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop, Mark Sass. What Counts as a (News/His)Story? Whose (News/His) Story? Catherine Cornbleth. When Your Lesson Plan Ends Up on the Front Page, James McGrath Morris. PART

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Margaret Smith Crocco is Associate Professor of Social Studies and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University.

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