ABSTRACT

Reclaiming Knowledge asserts the necessity of a strong view of knowledge for a robust sociology of knowledge, for both researching the curriculum and developing policy. Divided into four sections or investigations, the central question underlying this book is how, in a world of uncertainty and challenge, do we develop a responsible knowledge practice?

chapter |8 pages

Introduction

ByJohan Muller

chapter |16 pages

The First and Last Interpreters

ByNick Taylor

chapter |16 pages

Globalization, Innovation and Knowledge

ByJohan Muller

chapter |18 pages

Schooling and Everyday Life

ByNick Taylor

chapter |18 pages

Intimations of Boundlessness

ByJohan Muller

chapter |19 pages

The Well-tempered Learner

ByJohan Muller

chapter |18 pages

Critics and Reconstructors

ByJohan Muller

chapter |14 pages

Beyond Unkept Promises

ByJohan Muller

chapter |21 pages

Reason, Reality and Public Trust

ByJohan Muller