Heterodoxy:

References

Yes, most of them are ancient. Most of the arguments have been made over and over again, and there is little virtue in being up-to-date if the ideas are not new. And frankly most of the literature is deadly boring, so I'm confining myself to classic statements.

Referred to in:

BECKER H (1972) “School is a Lousy Place to Learn Anything In” American Behavioral Scientist (1972): 85-105, reproduced in R G Burgess (ed.) (1995) Howard Becker on Education Buckingham: OU Press (This one is not boring, and it repays reading even now.)

Against Education

BOORSTIN D (1970) The Sociology of the Absurd: or the application of Professor X London; Thames and Hudson 

Supporting Learning 

COX, C B and DYSON, A E (eds) (1969a) Fight for Education: A Black Paper. London: The Critical Quarterly Society.

Health Warning 

COX, C B and DYSON, A E (1969b) Black Paper Two: The Crisis in Education. London: Critical Quarterly Society

Health Warning 

HARGREAVES D (1972) Interpersonal Relations and Education London: Routledge and Kegan Paul 

Learning Environment 

HOLT J (1977) Instead of Education: ways to help people to do things better Harmondsworth: Penguin 

Against Education 

HUNTER I (1994) Rethinking the School: subjectivity, bureaucracy, criticism St Leonards, Australia: Allen and Unwin  

Against Education

ILLICH I (1970) De-Schooling Society Harmondsworth: Penguin

Against Education

LAVE J and WENGER E (1991) Situated Learning: legitimate peripheral participation Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Against Education

PHILLIPS M (1996) All Must Have Prizes London; Little, Brown

Criterion-referencing
Health Warning
Supporting Learning

SNYDER B R (1971) The Hidden Curriculum New York: Alfred A Knopf

Surface Learning

TOUGH A (1973) The Adult’s Learning Projects: a fresh approach to theory and practice in Adult Learning Ontario: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Research in Education series no 1

Against Education

TUROW S (1977) One L New York; Warner Books

Learning Environment

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