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The Corporate Assault on Youth: Commercialism, Exploitation, and the End of Innocence (Adolescent Cultures, School, and Society) epub

by Deron Boyles


The Corporate Assault on Youth: Commercialism, Exploitation, and the End of Innocence (Adolescent Cultures, School, and Society) epub

ISBN: 1433100843

ISBN13: 978-1433100840

Author: Deron Boyles

Category: Reference

Subcategory: Words Language & Grammar

Language: English

Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers; New edition edition (April 29, 2008)

Pages: 230 pages

ePUB book: 1210 kb

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The Corporate Assault on Youth examines childhood as a social construction increasingly influenced by corporations and commercialism

The Corporate Assault on Youth examines childhood as a social construction increasingly influenced by corporations and commercialism. With topics ranging from the presence of media branding in The Corporate Assault on Youth examines childhood as a social construction increasingly influenced by corporations and commercialism.

Commercialism, Privatization, and School-Business Partnerships, his second book, is an. .Boyles received his P. from Vanderbilt University and is a Fellow in the Philosophy of Education Society and the John Dewey Society.

Boyles received his P.

Deron Boyles, e. The Corporate Assault on Youth: Commercialism, Exploitation, and the End of Innocence . Gabriel Keehn and Deron Boyles, Sense, Nonsense, and Violence: Levinas and the Internal Logic of School Shootings, Educational Theory 65, no. 4 (2015): 441-458. The Corporate Assault on Youth: Commercialism, Exploitation, and the End of Innocence (New York: Peter Lang, 2008). Deron Boyles, e. Schools or Markets?: Commercialism, Privatization, and School Business Partnerships (Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2005). Deron Boyles and Kenneth J. Potts, Joseph Kinmont Hart and Reed College: Academic Freedom and the First World War, Vitae Scholasticae 31, no. 1 (Summer, 2014): 23-49.

Series: Adolescent Cultures, School, and Society. The Corporate Assault on Youth examines childhood as a social construction increasingly influenced by corporations and commercialism. With topics ranging from the presence of media branding in schools and school supplies to the subtler ways in which the public education system is influenced by corporate ideologies and purposes, this book draws much-needed attention to how educators, administrators, policymakers, parents, and children can become aware of, and counterbalance, the effects of the commercialism that is overwhelming students’ understanding of the. world and their place within it.

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The corporate assault on youth: Commercialism, exploitation, and the end of innocence. The evidence indicates that without training, children and adolescents tend to manage their conflicts in destructive ways

The corporate assault on youth: Commercialism, exploitation, and the end of innocence. The emancipation of children. The evidence indicates that without training, children and adolescents tend to manage their conflicts in destructive ways. When given training, however, they learn how to engage in integrative negotiations and how to mediate their schoolmates' conflicts. They maintain their ability to do so months after the training has ended. They apply the learned procedures to actual conflicts in the classroom, school, and family settings.

The Corporate Assault on Youth examines childhood as a social construction increasingly influenced by corporations and commercialism. Through case studies, critical analysis, and historical/philosophical research, the essays collected here expose the degree to which children are unwitting targets of marketing. With topics ranging from the presence of media branding in schools and school supplies to the subtler ways in which the public education system is influenced by corporate ideologies and purposes, this book draws much-needed attention to how educators, administrators, policymakers, parents, and children can become aware of, and counterbalance, the effects of the commercialism that is overwhelming students’ understanding of the world and their place within it.