Schools and war : urgent agendas for comparative and international education

@inproceedings{Davies2005SchoolsAW,
  title={Schools and war : urgent agendas for comparative and international education},
  author={Lynn Davies},
  year={2005}
}
A focus on conflict and education is one of the most pressing concerns of the current times, and yet the role of education in the perpetuation, or the mitigation, of international conflict is curiously underplayed and under-researched. This paper looks firstly at the contributions that education makes to conflict, through the reproduction of inequality and exclusion, through perpetuation of ethnic or religious divisions, through its acceptance of dominant aggressive masculinities, through… CONTINUE READING

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