In Search of an Identity: The Politics of History Teaching in Hong Kong, 1960s-2000
By: Edward Vickers (author)Hardback
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First Published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Edward Vickers is Lecturer in Comparative Education at the Institute of Education, University of London.
Declaration; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; 1 Introduction; 2 Historiographical Discussion; 3 Review of Curriculum Literature; 4 The Sources and their Limitations; 5 History, Education and Identity in Hong Kong: The Political and Social Context; 6 The History Curriculum from the 1960s to 1982; 7 History in Crisis: 1982-89; 8 Curriculum Change in a Climate of Uncertainty: 1989-1997; 9 1997-2000: New Hong Kong - New History?; 10 Conclusion; Appendices; I Table of Major Changes to the History Curriculum, 1960s to 2000; II Interviews; III 'Standards for Hong Kong-related expressions'; IV 'A Comparison of the Emotional Attitudes of Chinese and Westerners'; V History Textbook Sales, 1995-98; VI Candidatures for HKCE History and Chinese History; VII Candidatures for A Level History; VIII HKCE and A Level syllabuses, 1960s to 1987; Bibliography.
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