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Thomas Misco

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Resumen

Este artículo explora los caminos que hay que seguir y los desafíos que hay que enfrentar para fortalecer la educación cívica en las democracias emergentes. En primer lugar, se presenta la idea de emplear temas polémicos como una manera de lograr este objetivo, en especial cuando tales temas se trabajan en conjunto con el pensamiento reflexivo. Luego, apoyados en tres estudios recientes, se entrelazan las características culturales y contextuales de las experiencias escolares y se presenta una tipología emergente dirigida a investigadores y a encargados de formular políticas en distintos contextos.

Keywords

Civics, civic educationEducación cívica, educación ciudadanaEducação cívica, Educação cidadãCivics, civic education

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Cómo citar
Misco, T. (2009). “The children don’t have any idea”: How case studies of controversy can help build democratic habits of mind. Magis, Revista Internacional De Investigación En Educación, 1(2). Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.javeriana.edu.co/index.php/MAGIS/article/view/3388
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