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Other dreams, other schools : folk colleges in social and ethnic movements / [compiled] by Rolland G. Paulston.


[Pittsburgh] : University Center for International Studies, University of Pittsburgh, [1980] .
ISBN 9780916002381, 0916002381

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Other Authors Paulston, Rolland G.
Subjects Community and school.
Educational sociology.
Folk high schools.
Description xiv, 279 pages ; 23 cm
Copyright Date [1980]
©1980
Notes Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Rationale and theoretical framework: Paulston, R.G. and LeRoy, G. Folk colleges and change from below. Paulston, R.G. and Lejeune, D.A methodology for studying education in social movements.--Folk high schools in Scandinavian popular, elite, and minority movements: Fain, E.F. Gurndtvig, folk education, and Scandinavian cultural nationalism. Begtrup, H. and Lund, H. Mobilization and renewal in rural Denmark. Fain, E.F. The quest for national identity and community in Norway. Erickson, H. Contributions to the Swedish democratic movement. Paulston, R.G. The Swede-Finn movement for ethnic separatism in Finland. Paulston, R.G. The Same (Lapp) ethnic revival movement. Folk colleges in North American social and ethnic movements: Larson, D.C. The movement to preserve Danish culture in North America. Altenbaugh, R.J. and Paulston, R.G. Work people's college and the American labor college movement. Adams, F. Highlander Folk School, social movements and social change in the American South.--Folk colleges and the continuing challenge of democratic pluralism: Davis, D.C. An argument for humanistic education and ethnic revival. Paulston, R.G. On the limits of educational alternatives seeking individual and social change.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)5051972
(OCoLC)ocm05051972
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