Globalization, History, Theory & Writing. The “Local” and The “Global” of Contemporary Children’s Culture. Overview:. This lecture will highlight: Contemporary children’s culture on both a local and global scale
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The “Local” and The “Global” of Contemporary Children’s Culture
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“The movement, interaction, sharing, co-option, and even imposition of economic goods and services, cultures, ideas, ideologies, people’s lives and lived experiences, food, plants, animals, labour, learning, play, practices, and knowledge(s) across time and space(s) previously thought to be impossible or at the very least improbable.” (Gennaro, 2010)
(Linda Tuhiwai Smith, 26)
HEROES IN HISTORY
CITIZENS IN THEORY & ACTION
WRITERS OF THIER OWN EXPERIENCE
“ One cannot expect positive results from an educational or political action program which fails to respect the particular view of the world held by the people. Such a program constitutes cultural invasion...
The starting point for organizing the program content of education or political action must be the present, existential, concrete situation, reflecting the aspirations of the people.” (Paulo Freire, 95)
It is at the intersection of all three that we find access to contemporary children’s culture