What does Political Participation Mean to Spanish Students

@article{Sant2015WhatDP,
  title={What does Political Participation Mean to Spanish Students},
  author={E. Sant},
  journal={JSSE - Journal of Social Science Education},
  year={2015},
  volume={13},
  pages={11-25}
}
  • E. Sant
  • Published 2015
  • Sociology
  • JSSE - Journal of Social Science Education
This article explores how a group of Spanish students (aged 11–19) understand the meaning of ‘political participation’ in society and discusses the implications of their views for debates and practices in citizenship education. The ways in which these students (n=112) describe and interpret political participation are analysed using an in-depth and interpretative approach employing open questionnaires and interviews. The results suggest that most students value political participation in… Expand

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