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Utbildning och Demokrati

Tidskriften Utbildning & Demokrati

Tidskrift för didaktik och utbildningspolitik

New number Vol. 28, No 2, 2019 is out now!

Theme: Rhetorical Education and the Democratic Mission of the School: Preparing Students for Academic and Civic Life

nr 2.jpgGuest Editors: Claire Milne Hogarth and Kris Rutten

This issue of Utbildning & Demokrati features essays and articles inspired by a conference that took place in 2017 at Örebro University, Sweden. The conference brought together researchers in rhetoric, literacy, and education to explore how rhetorical education—inspired by the rhetorical tradition and modified and updated for education in the twenty-first century—can enhance language arts teaching today.

 

 


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ISSN: 1102-6472