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Chapter 1: Historians and policy research

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David Johnson

on 27 January 2017

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Transcript of Chapter 1: Historians and policy research

19th- early 20th century:
close collaboration between historians and policy-makers
split
1900's
economics
sociology
politcal science
history
post-1945:
-mutual disinterest between historians and government
-other social sciences dominate policy debates
Revisionists (68):
questioned positive view of early school reforms
VERSUS
later critics (78):
challenged revisionist version as one-sided
Past 50 years:

"substantive differences of opinion on education development of the past remain and are still contested today"
19th-early 20th century:
close collaboration between historians and policy-makers
"gradual, limited revival"
methods and sources
: mixed and diverse
challenges
: numeracy, familiarity with politics, limited public funding
My research interest:
--study of curriculum history, development
-historical ethnomusicology
Historians and Educational Policy Research
Maris A. Vinovskis
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