The Importance of Sociology of Education for a Sustainable Future
Serpa, Sandro (editor)
José Sá, Maria (editor)
This book offers insights on the contributions that Sociology of Education, in a broad sense (encompassing the most diverse formal, non-formal and informal processes of education, instruction, schooling and/or socialization), can provide in the analysis of sustainable development in diverse contexts and publics, respecting its paradigmatic plurality.
Keywordsbibliotherapy; bibliotherapy education; social emotional skills; psychological counselling and guidance students; tobacco; alcohol; physical aggression; verbal aggression; impulsivity; Gramsci; Weber; culture; pleasure; enchantment/disenchantment; social change; Global South; Education for Sustainable Development; lifelong learning; public administration; digitalisation; educational system; sustainability; labor market; post-communist era; Validation; Questionnaire; Personal Learning Environment; Sociology of education; education for sustainability; ESD; teachers; learning for sustainability; sociology of education for a sustainable future; Agenda 2030; Sustainable Development Goals; School Agenda 21; Sociology of Education for a sustainable future; Sociology of Education; socio-educational intervention; education
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022