3 edition of Education and social movements, 1700-1850 found in the catalog.
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dobbs, Archibald E. (Archibald Edward), b. Education and social movements, Excerpt from Education and Social Movements In discussing so wide a theme it is difficult to avoid digressions and an appearance of dogmatism with regard to issues which are often obscure.
My hope is that the main drift of the argument IS lucid, and that its conclusions are expressed with a caution not unworthy of the eminent Cited by: 8. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Dobbs, Archibald E. (Archibald Edward), b. Education and social movements, Education and social movements, - Kindle edition by Dobbs, Archibald Edward.
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course, activity in a social setting. The title of the book under review struck a chord in my memory. One of the most unusual and enlightening books I came across when first studying education historically was A.E.
Dobbs' Education and Social Movements, This book had actually been published as early as but had. Protest, Politics and Work in Rural England, – Book Series: social movements were ‘invented’ in the Western world during the later decades of the eighteenth century, the organised agitation against colonial rule in Boston, America, and against John Wilkes, MP’s arrest on the charge of seditious libel in London being.
A more united field of inquiry related to social movements and education would also raise the profile of this scholarship such that it could have greater influence on educational policy and.
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Dobbs (page images at HathiTrust) Education and social movements, / (London: Longmans, Green, ), by Archibald Edward Dobbs (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Education and social progress.
The New Education I (I), and above all-though only marginally concerned with the Victorian period-A. Dobbs's pioneering Education and Social Movements (I).
All of these successfully explored education in important relationships with social movements, social change, and related ideas and ideals.
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