This collection of essays, edited by the distinguished historian of
education Richard Aldrich, examines past, present and future
relationships between the private and public dimensions of
knowledge and education. Following the introduction, it is divided
into three sections: * key themes and turning points in Britain in
the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries * examples from
the twentieth century of non formal education with particular
reference to girls and women, the care and education of pre-school
children, sex education and family history * an analysis of the
private and public dimensions associated with globalization and
international education and of examples drawn from Australia and
the USA. This book will become required reading not only in respect
of contemporary and historical debates about private and public
spheres in education, but also with reference to the wider themes
of the creation, diffusion and ownership of knowledge.
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