By Gotelind Müller
This ebook analyses the efforts all through East Asia to install schooling for reasons of political socialization, and specifically in an effort to form notions of id. The chapters additionally research the fad of ‘common textbook initiatives’, that have lately emerged in East Asia with the purpose of supporting to defuse tensions arguably fuelled via current practices of mutual (mis)representation. those are analysed on the subject of the East Asian political context, and in comparison with past and ongoing endeavours in different elements of the realm, quite Europe, which were keenly saw via East Asian practitioners. Written by way of a bunch of overseas schooling specialists, chapters talk about the iconic specialise in the position of curricula in inculcating homogenous visions of the nationwide self, and certainly homogenized visions of vital 'others'. together with contributions from students and curriculum builders concerned in my opinion within the writing of nationwide and multi-national historical past textbooks this ebook may be of curiosity to scholars and students of Asian schooling, Asian historical past and comparative schooling reviews. ? Gotelind M?ller is Professor of chinese language stories, collage of Heidelberg, Germany
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Designing History in East Asian Textbooks: Identity Politics and Transnational Aspirations (Routledge Studies in Education and Society in Asia) by Gotelind Müller