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The Social Worlds of Male and Female Children in the Nineteenth Century French Educational Systems: Youth, Rituals, and Elites (Mellen Studies in Education) ebook

by Frederique Van De Poel-Knottnerus,J. David Knottnerus


Examines the elite educational systems and social world of youth in secular and religious boarding schools of France in the 19th and early 20th centuries, focusing on male and female youth societies created within educational institutions.

Examines the elite educational systems and social world of youth in secular and religious boarding schools of France in the 19th and early 20th centuries, focusing on male and female youth societies created within educational institutions.

Coauthored by J. David Knottnerus and Frederique Van de Poel-Knottnerus. Lewiston, MY: The Edwin Mellen Press. The Social Worlds of Male and Female Children in the Nineteenth Century French Educational System: Youth, Rituals and Elites. Coauthored by J.

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David Knottnerus, Frederique Van De Poel-Knottnerus. This work offers a comparative study of the elite school system for boys (lycees, secondary educational system) and girls (religious boarding schools) in 19th century France. The study uses literary texts to compare the various aspects of boys and girls in these two types of institution.

From Sade at one end of the nineteenth century to Freud at the other, via many French novelists and poets, pleasure and .

From Sade at one end of the nineteenth century to Freud at the other, via many French novelists and poets, pleasure and pain become ever more closely entwined. Whereas the inseparability of these themes has hitherto been studied from isolated perspectives, such as psychoanalysis, sadism and sado-masochism, melancholy, or post-structuralist textual jouissance, the originality of this collaborative volume lies in its exploration of how pleasure and pain function across a broader range of contexts.

The nineteenth century can be described as the golden age of Russian translation. Alexander Pushkin and Mikhail Lermontov, the two great Russian poets, also played a major role in the history of translation in Russia. Although translations occupied a relatively modest place in their poetry, they made a significant contribution to the improvement of literary translation in Russia. In their poetic paraphrases and imitations they managed to reproduce the most important features of foreign poetry.

Between female and male child, both should have equal rights for education. Therefore I will answer your question as written. Male and female children should be educated to the best of their abilities. I understand finances may be difficult in certain parts of our world. Please try to keep male and female education equal.

By the late seventeenth century there was a largely complete system of parish schools .

Scots played a major part in the development of teacher education with figures including William Watson, Thomas Guthrie, Andrew Bell, John Wood and David Stow. Scottish schoolmasters gained a reputation for strictness and frequent use of the tawse. At the beginning of the nineteenth century, Scotland's five university colleges had no entrance exams, students typically entered at ages of 15 or 16, attended for as little as two years, chose which lectures to attend and left without qualifications.

Book Description: Russian women of the nineteenth century are often thought of in their literary incarnations as the heroines of. .

Book Description: Russian women of the nineteenth century are often thought of in their literary incarnations as the heroines of novels such as Anna Karenina and War and Peace. But their real counterparts are now becoming better understood as active contributors to Russia’s varied cultural landscape. In the final decades of the nineteenth century, Russia underwent the social and economic transformations that, centuries earlier, had given rise to urban culture in much of Western Europe. In the West, the commercial revolution and rise of a market economy had resulted in a critical mass of urban population that did not depend on the land.

Examines the elite educational systems and social world of youth in secular and religious boarding schools of France in the 19th and early 20th centuries, focusing on male and female youth societies created within educational institutions. Looks at different kinds of structure and ritual characterizing boys' and girls' schools, weaving together formal sociological theory and the analysis of literary texts. Investigation is anchored in a theory of structural ritualization developed by the authors. The authors are affiliated with Oklahoma State University. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
The Social Worlds of Male and Female Children in the Nineteenth Century    French Educational Systems: Youth, Rituals, and Elites (Mellen Studies in Education) ebook
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Frederique Van De Poel-Knottnerus,J. David Knottnerus
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