Introduction: Childhood Innocence and the Politics of Corporate Culture PART ONE: CORPORATE POWER AND THE CULTURE OF EVERYDAY LIFE Nymphet Fantasies: Child Beauty Pageants and the Politics of Innocence Heroin Chic and the Politics of Seduction Kids for Sale: Corporate Culture and the Challenge of Public Schooling PART TWO: CULTURAL POLITICS AND PUBLIC PEDAGOGY Radical Education and Culture in the Work of Antonio Gramsci Paulo Freire, Prophetic Thought, and the Politics of Hope Stuart Hall and the Politics of Education Notes Index
HENRY GIROUX is Waterbury Chair Professor of Secondary Education at Penn State University. He is the author of many books including Channel Surfing and Border Crossings.
'...ambitious and wide-ranging...[Giroux is] one of America's boldest cultural critics, and also one of the most generous.' - The Times Higher Education Supplement
'...a solid work written by a passionate advocate.' - American School Board Journal