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date: 07 December 2021

Revolutionary Critical Rage Pedagogylocked

Revolutionary Critical Rage Pedagogylocked

  • Peter McLarenPeter McLarenChapman University
  •  and Petar JandrićPetar JandrićZagreb University of Applied Sciences

Summary

Revolutionary critical rage pedagogy was first introduced in Peter McLaren’s 2015 book Pedagogy of insurrection: From resurrection to revolution. It is aimed at development of heightened recognition of the deception perpetrated by those who write history “from above,” that is from the standpoint of the victors who have camouflaged or naturalized genocidal acts of war, patriarchy, settler colonialism, and other forms of oppression as necessary conditions for the maintenance of democracy. Revolutionary critical rage pedagogy is carried out not only in educational institutions but throughout the public sphere. Its broader social aim is both a relational and structural transformation of society that cultivates pluriversal and decolonizing modes of democratization built upon a socialist alternative to capitalist accumulation and value production.

Subjects

  • Education, Cultures, and Ethnicities
  • Educational Politics and Policy
  • Educational Purposes and Ideals
  • Educational Theories and Philosophies
  • Globalization, Economics, and Education
  • Education and Society

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