Articulating school countercultures
Starting from the observation that writings about student subcultures and antischool countercultures are much more common for wealthy English-speaking nations than elsewhere, this article develops the concept of "articulation" to help clarify the counterculture concept and differentiate fully developed countercultures from other forms of student resistance. Using examples from many nations, especially East Asia, I hope to contribute to an ethnology of schooling by exploring the social and...[Show more]
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