Violence, Value, and Education
by Gerald H. Paske - 1969
There is persistent talk in our culture about the violence indigenous to American life; but few people have confronted the educational implications of this belief. The author works from the premise that the violence now occurring is partly due to "an inadequate theory of education" which provides no understanding of the difference between indoctrination and education, nor of the logic of value justification.
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