Using informal pedagogy to oppress themselves and each other: Critical pedagogy, schooling and 11–14 year old London boys

Phoenix, Ann (2004). Using informal pedagogy to oppress themselves and each other: Critical pedagogy, schooling and 11–14 year old London boys. Nordisk Pedagogik(1) pp. 19–38.

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Abstract

Critical pedagogy must engage with informal pedagogy because the results of schooling are not solely the effects of teaching and the hidden curriculum but also of the negotiations of the complex social relations in which students are involved. The notion of critical pedagogy is an attractive vision but little has been written on how to put the ideas into practice.

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