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The Philosophy of Education

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This book for the first time brings together Professor Pring's thoughts on the philosophy of education and is his first global treatment of the subject. His writings reflect a consistency of thought about educational theory and educational aims—and the consequence of both for the nature and practice of educational research. Professor Pring draws together the different ...more
Hardcover, 290 pages
Published June 1st 2004 by Bloomsbury Academic
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Beth
Nov 01, 2016 Beth rated it liked it
Please note: I only read chapter five and so cannot form a review on the whole book.

Very outdated - 3*

The actual references for this chapter were seriously outdated. Despite being released in 2004, this book relied heavily on references from the 1980s, which was severely disappointing. The actual information in the book was seriously interesting and really useful for my assignment.



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