Education--to whom does it belong?

a review by Salvatore M. Brandi

Publisher: Benziger Bros. in New York

Written in English
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  • Bouquillon, Thomas, 1842-1902,
  • Catholic Church -- Education,
  • Education -- Parental participation,
  • Education and state

Edition Notes

Statementby S. Brandi.
ContributionsYA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
LC ClassificationsYA 14380
The Physical Object
Pagination14 p. ;
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL595100M
LC Control Number96187195

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“Do our academic creations belong to us. Should we think of them as property?” These are the questions asked by Davina Cooper, professor of law and political theory at the University of Kent, on her Social Politics and Stuff blog.“Amidst debates about how to cite properly, and circulating fears of ideas being stolen, do we risk losing touch with wider questions about how ideas emerge and.

To whom do you belong. Which god do you now obey. Your master is he to whom you bow. He is your god; you serve him now. You cannot serve two gods; Both masters can never share. The love of your heart in its ev’ry part. To neither you would be fair. To whom do you belong. Which god will you now obey.

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that social class (and, to a large extent, race) shapes who belongs at what kind of institution. (See also Mann,on the sociocultural context for understanding alienation in higher education.) To provide a race-based ex-ample, in their work on status-based rejection sensitivity, Mendoza-Denton.

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Educare is related with 'ducere', which means "to lead, conduct, guide".