Pedagogue of Liberation
By: John L. Elias
Publication Date: 1993-12-01
Number of pages: 161
The author presents an analytical and critical study of the well-known and widely read contemporary adult educator Paulo Freire. The text deals with all aspects of his thought, placing at the center of consideration his educational philosophy. It should be of interest to scholars and practitioners in the many fields in which his thought has had an influence: philosophy, theology, education, social theory, political science, social work, and community development. This book would be an excellent supplement to graduate level course work in topics such as the sociology of education, an introduction to liberal studies, or multicultural education.
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