Curriculum, Culture, and Art Education Comparative Perspectives
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Publisher: State University of New York Press
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
|Introduction: Cultural Histories of a School Subject|
|State Regulation: Interest and Influence Across Social Boundaries|
|Artistic, Cultural, and Political Structures Determining the Educational Direction of the First Japanese Schoolbook on Art in 1871|
|Australian Visual Arts Education: Long-Standing Tensions between Sociocultural Realities and Governmental Policy|
|Teaching Drawing in Nineteenth-Century Canada--Why?|
|Framing the Empty Space: Two Examples of the History of Art Education in the Spanish Political Context|
|Cultural Ideals: The Effects of Visions and Values|
|The Importance of Modern Art and Art Education in the Creation of a National Culture: New York Roots|
|From Art Making to Visual Communication: Swedish Art Education in the Twentieth Century|
|Brazilian Connections between Fine Art and Art Teaching Since the 1920s|
|Art Education and Social, Political, and Economic Changes in Morocco|
|Professionalization: Science, Policy, and Practice in the Formation of the Field|
|From Imperialism to Internationalism: Policy Making in British Art Education, 1853-1944, with Special Reference to the Work of Herbert Read|
|The Child Study Movement and Its Effects on Hungarian Art Education|
|Rationales for Art Education in Chilean Schools|
|Conclusion: A Sociological Framework for International Art Education|
|About the Contributors|