Chinese Education Since 1949: Academic and Revolutionary Models covers the developments in the education in China. This book is composed of 11 chapters that discuss the contrasting models of education: Academic Model and Revolutionary Model. It addresses the effectiveness of combining these models.
This book begins with the description of a political education; ideological remolding; development of a new school system; assessment of worker-peasant education; types of literacy campaigns; review of the Language Reform after 1949; description of Spare-time Education; and analysis of Sovietized Education. Other chapters consider the study of Friendship Association, the Hundred Flowers campaign, and the response of the so-called intellectuals. A chapter is devoted to the educational revolution and transitional period. The last chapter focuses on the revolutionary model of education. The book can provide useful information to historians, sociologists, students, and researchers.
Chapter 1 Contrasting Models of Education
Chapter 2 In Search of a Suitable Model
Chapter 3 New Educational Agencies
Chapter 4 Revisionists and Bourgeois Scholars
Chapter 5 The Intellectuals
Chapter 6 The Educational Revolution
Chapter 7 The Revolutionary Model of Education
Chapter 8 The "Great Debate" in Education
Chapter 9 A New Direction
Chapter 10 The Current Scene
Chapter 11 Whither Chinese Education?
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- © Pergamon 1981
- 1st January 1981
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