So What Does Hegemony Mean?
Chapter 1: An Introduction
Chapter 2: What’s Ideology Got to Do with It?
Chapter 3: The Power of Discourse, Of course!
Chapter 8: Ideology, Democracy, and the “Good” Citizen
Chapter 9: Neoliberalism: Laissez-Faire Revisited?
A Few Words About Teacher Education
Questions to Ponder
What’s Ideology Got to Do With It?
Political Ideology in Its Historical Context
The Ideologies of Modernity
Postmodernist Critiques of Modernity’s Ideologies
Suggestions to Further Comprehension
A Poststructuralist Approach to Understanding Power
Discourse and the Evolving Nature of Ideology
Discourse and Resistance to Power
Social Positionality and Life Experiences
Locating Oneself in Our Racial Relations: Some
Teacher Accountability and a Relevant Curriculum
The Struggle over the Curriculum: A Brief History
Ideology and the Purpose of Schools: Then and Now
The Formal Curriculum and Political Ideology
Examples of Political Ideology in the B.C. Curriculum
The Enacted Curriculum and Race–Class Intersections
Example 1: The Ludlow Massacre
Teaching About Race and Racism in Our Past
Forms of Racism: A Narrative of a Teacher/Educational
An Introduction to Racial Discourses
The Essentialist Discourse in Social Studies
The Color-Blind Discourse in Social Studies
The Race-Cognizance Discourse in Social Studies
Political Ideology and Multiculturalism
A Few Words on Contemporary Racial Discourses
A Waning Class Consciousness – Can Ideology Critique Help?
Ideology and Economic Issues
Public Education and Class Consciousness
Ideology in the Social Studies Curriculum
The Curriculum and the Individual
Ideology and Discourses of Working-Class Academic
How Teachers Think About Social Class
How Teachers Think About Teaching Social Class Issues
Summary and Conclusions
Settings and Methods
Framing the Study
Canadian Multiculturalism – A Brief Overview
The British Columbia Social Studies Curriculum as Context
Teachers and the “One-Size-Fits-All” Color-Blind Curriculum
Ideology, Democracy, and the “Good” Citizen
A Brief Discussion About Modern Democratic Concerns
American Democracy: Achieving Dignity for the Masses?
Ideology and Competing Visions of Democracy and Citizenship
Teaching For and About Democracy, Including Its Flaws
Hegemony and Counterhegemony
Teaching for a Political Consciousness
The Case for Critical Media Literacy
Teaching About the Flaws in Our Democracy
Reﬂections on Teaching for and About Democracy
Neoliberalism: Laissez-Faire Revisited?
Neoliberalism: Is This a New Political “Ideology”?
If Not an Ideology, Then What is Neoliberalism?
From Laissez-Faire to State Interventionism in the Economy
Neoliberalism Finds Fertile Ground
Getting the Masses to Support the Neoliberal Project
Is Today’s Globalization the Same as Yesterday’s Colonization?
Neoliberalism On the Home Front
Neoliberalism and Its Implications for Public Education
The Neoliberal Attack on the Teaching Profession
Resistance to Neoliberalism: Where Hope Resides!
Question to Ponder