How Does Ideology Become Popular? A Sympathetic Rejoinder to Burbules and Kantor
by Michael W. Apple - 1988
The author comments on the response to his arguments by Burbules and Kantor, stating that their response is thoughtful, well-reasoned, and articulate. They agree on much, but disagree on matters of theoretical importance (really on points of emphasis) that could affect their political/educational practice. He points to these theoretical issues here.
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