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Title Key issues in sustainable development and learning : a critical review / edited by William Scott and Stephen Gough ; with a foreword by Sir Neil Chalmers.
Author Scott, William, 1946-
Published London ;New York : Routledge Falmer, 2004
Detail xiv, 274 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
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Added Author Gough, Stephen, 1953-
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  Grange, L. Le. Environment constructed: perspectives from the south
  O'Riordan, T. Education for sustainability
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  Ospina, G. Lopez. Lifelong learning
  Stables, A. W. G. Who drew the sky? Conflicting assumptions in environmental education
  Sachs, W. Environmental and development: the story of a dangerous liaison
  Peters, M. Ecology, education and modernity: nature as a self-regulating machine
  Soetaert, R. Contact zone. Whose nature? Whose sustainability?
  Mottart, A. Contact zone. Whose nature? Whose sustainability?
  Elliott, J. Curriculum experiment: meeting the challenge of social change
  Argyris, C. Organizational learning II: theory, method and practice
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  Sterling, S.. Learning of ecology, or the ecology of learning?
  Strain, M. Lifelong learning: making the linkages
  Devall, B. Deep ecology: living as if nature mattered
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  Ross, A. Chicago gangster theory of life: nature's debt to society
  North, R. D. Ecologism: key to spiritual richness, or lever of oppression?
  Luke, T. W. Humans and Nature: tensions and interdependence
  Fien, J. Education for the environment: critical curriculum theorising and environmental education
  Gough, S. R. Curriculum development and sustainable development: practices, institutions and literacies
  Scott, W. A. H. Curriculum development and sustainable development: practices, institutions and literacies
  Hart, P. Framing change as a dialectic: direction only matters if you know where you want to go
  Foster, J. Sustainability and the implicit curriculum
  Young, M. D. F. Curriculum of the future: from the 'new sociology of education' to a critical theory of learning
  Gonzales-Gaudiano, E. Complexity in environmental education
  Quicke, J. Sustaining democracy and uncertainty in the learning society
  Smyth, J. Managing learning in the real world
  Jickling, B. Why I don't want my children educated for sustainable development
  Hopkins, C. Evolving towards education for sustainable development: an international perspective
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  Rauch, F. Education for sustainability: a regulative idea and trigger for innovation
  Hungerford, H. Changing learner behavior through environmental education
  Volk, T. Changing learner behavior through environmental education
  Hart, P. Alternative perspectives in environmental education research: paradigm of critical reflective inquiry
  Reid, A. Life's rich tapestry
  Jensen, B. Bruun. Assessing action competence?
  Schnack, K. Assessing action competence?
  Stokking, H. Evaluating environmental education
  Van Aert, L. Evaluating environmental education
  Braus, J. Learning about learning
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  Lindblom, C. E. Inquiry and change: the troubled attempt to understand and shape society
  Bowers, C. A. Challenging formulaic approaches to environmental thinking
  Golder, B. Building capacity, developing agency: women don't play xylophones
  Singh, M. Developing agency - building capacity
  Norgaard, R. B. Coevolutionary agricultural development
  Gough, A. Greenall. Founders in environmental education
  Haste, H. Frameworks and metaphors for sustainability: the tensions between cultural change and educational practice
  Dobson, A. Economic behaviour: value and values
  Brown, P. Capitalism and social progress: the future of society in a global economy
  Lauder, H. Capitalism and social progress: the future of society in a global economy
  Hutchinson, F. Educating beyond violent futures
  Gough, N. Living in a material world
  Clover, D. E. Collective knowledge and the creative imagination in a globalised world
  Scott, W. A. H. Editor's vignette: Last word
  Gough, S. R. Editor's vignette: Last word
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