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Teaching peace through popular culture

Title
Teaching peace through popular culture / edited by Laura L. Finley, Barry University.
ISBN
9798887304298
9798887304304
9798887304311
Edition
2nd edition.
Publication
Charlotte, NC : IAP, Information Age Publishing, Inc., [2024]
Physical Description
xviii, 185 pages ; 25 cm.
Notes
Previous edition: 2015.
Summary
"Drawing from many disciplinary areas, this edited volume illustrates the many ways that popular culture can be used to teach peace and justice. Chapters address such topics as teaching about racism, domestic violence, structural violence, conflict analysis, decolonization, critiques of capitalism, and peacebuilding, showing how different forms of popular culture can be utilized to enhance student learning. Contributors provide both theoretical backgrounds and concrete lessons using TV, film, music, graphic novels, and more"-- Provided by publisher.
Format
Books
Language
English
Added to Catalog
April 23, 2024
Series
Peace education.
Peace education
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references.
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