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Dear AERA SIG Colleagues:
My name is Jason Laker and I am an AERA Member and Professor of Education at San José State University in California, USA. I am editing a new series with Palgrave UK entitled, "Palgrave Studies in Global Citizenship Education and Democracy." I would greatly appreciate it if you would forward this to the SIG e-news list for the benefit of fellow AERA SIG colleagues who may be interested in developing a book for possible inclusion.
Thank you very much!
Here is a link to the series page:
Inquiries can be directed to me at firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>
Palgrave Studies in Global Citizenship Education and Democracy
Series Editor: Jason Laker, Professor, San José State University, USA
This series will engage with the theoretical and practical debates regarding citizenship, human rights education, social inclusion, and individual and group identities as they relate to the role of higher and adult education on an international scale. Books in the series will consider hopeful possibilities for the capacity of higher and adult education to enable citizenship, human rights, democracy and the common good, including emerging research and interesting and effective practices. It will also participate in and stimulate deliberation and debate about the constraints, barriers and sources and forms of resistance to realizing the promise of egalitarian Civil Societies. The series will facilitate continued conversation on policy and politics, curriculum and pedagogy, review and reform, and provide a comparative overview of the different conceptions and approaches to citizenship education and democracy around the world.
Jason A. Laker, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Counselor Education & Ed.D. Program in Educational Leadership
Co-Investigator, Sexual Coercion and Violence in College: Reforming Policies and Practices for Consent Education and Personal Agency
Series Editor, Palgrave Studies in Global Citizenship Education and Democracy<http://www.palgrave.com/products/SearchResults.aspx?s=GCED&fid=449802>
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