Table of contents : Introduction - Fantasies of Empowerment? Radical Pedagogy and Popular Culture, David Buckingham; Pedagogy and Authority - Lessons from Feminist and Cultural Studies, Postmodernism and Feminist Pedagogy, Carmen Luke; Butt-Jokes and Mean-Teacher Parodies - Video Production in the Elementary Classroom, Donna Grace and Joseph Tobin; Pedagogy, Parody and "Political Correctness", David Buckingham; Dealing With Feeling - Why Girl Number Twenty Still Doesn't Answer, Sue Turnbull; Provocations for a Media Education in Small Letters, Bob Morgan; Beyond Classroom Culture, Chris Richards; Tricks of the Trade - On Teaching Arts and "Race" in the Classroom, Phil Cohen; Teaching for Difference - Learning Theory and Post- Critical Pedagogy, Bill Green.
The book raises more questions than it answers, but the questions are terrific i highly recommend this book and hope it stimulates discussion among teacher educators, cultural studies, media studies and popular culture students. |i qualitative studies in education, 12(6)
A thoughtful and provocative account of the state of play in media education. |i peter mcluskie, screen