A configurative review of textbook analysis research into history education about recent conflict

Julia Paulson, Lizzi O. Milligan

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Abstract

We adopt a systematic approach to collect and analyse research about textbooks on conflict affected cases in Eastern Africa and Latin America. In addition to trends in the findings of textbook analysis, we are interested in whether studies go beyond the content of textbooks to explore 1) how, by who and under what conditions textbooks are commissioned, written and distributed; 2) how (and if) textbooks are used in classrooms; and 3) relationships to a variety of learning outcomes.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 2017
EventUKFIET - Oxford, UK United Kingdom
Duration: 5 Sep 2017 → …

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CityOxford
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A configurative review of textbook analysis research into history education about recent conflict. / Paulson, Julia; Milligan, Lizzi O.

2017. Paper presented at UKFIET, Oxford, UK United Kingdom.

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Paulson, J & Milligan, LO 2017, 'A configurative review of textbook analysis research into history education about recent conflict' Paper presented at UKFIET, Oxford, UK United Kingdom, 5/09/17, .
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