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faculty: "FMG" and publication year: "2011"
| Author||T.A. Lopes Cardozo|
|Title||Future teachers and social change in Bolivia: between decolonisation and demonstration|
|Faculty||Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences|
|Institute/dept.||FMG: Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR)|
|Abstract||This thesis locates Bolivian teacher education – and Bolivian future teachers – in a broader (inter)national socio-political, economical and cultural context, as it explores how Bolivian pre-service teacher education institutes and actors develop strategies for, or against, the societal transformation that is envisaged by the new Bolivian Plurinational constitutional regime. The research illustrates the challenges and opportunities of the envisioned transformation of Bolivian teacher education, and demonstrates a range of structural obstacles as well as some emerging potential niches for a social justice oriented education system.|
- Title pages
- List of boxes, tables, figures, maps and photos
- Words of thanks
- Chapter 1: Introduction: Bolivia, future teachers and social transformation
- Part I, chapter 2: Theoretical and methodological framework to understand social change, teacher education and teachers in Bolivia
- Part II, chapter 3: Continuity & change in Bolivian society: a story of historical and present struggle
- Part II, chapter 4: Continuity & change in twentieth century Bolivian (teacher) education: from indigenous denial to Education For All
- Part III: Structural factors: institutional governance - introduction
- Chapter 5: An education system in turbulent times: clashing views on decolonising Bolivian (teacher) education
- Chapter 6: Bolivian Normales as a socio-political battle field: institutional opportunities and obstacles to transformation
- Part IV: Agential factors: teacher identities, motivations & roles - introduction
- Chapter 7: Identifying with the old and the new: changing identities of teacher students and trainers
- Chapter 8: Profesores ‘de vocación; de equivocación o de ocasión’? The unused potential of Bolivia’s future teachers’ aspirations
- Part V: Agency, change & continuity - introduction
- Chapter 9: Marches or maths: Bolivia’s future teachers as soldiers of change?
- Chapter 10: Concluding and theoretical reflections: Bolivian future teachers between decolonisation and demonstration
- Reference list
- English abstract
- Nederlandse samenvatting
- Resumen en español
- About the author
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