Pedagogy, Culture and SocietyScope and Aim:
'Pedagogy, Culture & Society' seeks to provide an international forum for pedagogy discussion and debate. The identity of the journal is built on the belief that pedagogy debate has the following features:
• Pedagogy debate is not restricted by geographical boundaries: its participants are the international educational community and its proceedings appeal to a worldwide audience.
• Pedagogy debate is open and democratic: it is not the preserve of teachers, politicians, academics or administrators but requires open discussion.
• Pedagogy debate is eclectic and interdisciplinary: it draws on a wide range of different intellectual and practical traditions to clarify core problems and sustain deliberation.
• Pedagogy debate is concerned with the past, present and future: it involves thinking reflectively and critically about pedagogy policy and practice with the aid of organising concepts such as culture, politics and ideology.
• Pedagogy debate is culturally diverse: it involves communication between participants whose thinking is shaped by different cultural conditions ranging from the ‘post-colonial' condition of many African and Asian countries to the ‘post-centralised' condition of Eastern Europe and the ‘post-modern' condition of Western liberal democracies.
Taylor & Francis
3 issues per year