The neoliberal model of global development, critical social philosophy of education and the world system perspective of democratic institutionalization. Part the second. The critical theory, socially-philosophical model of philosophy of education and pros

  • Viktor Zinchenko
Keywords: global constitutionalism, neoliberalism, democracy education, online university, institute network, commercialization of education, science, public sector, higher education, market-based approach, the critical social philosophy of education, pedagogy of the oppressed, critical consciousness, civil society

Abstract

The article deals with the processes of the modern world system of education in the context of globalization. Examines trends in educational institutions and models of globalizing
society in the context of our particular relationship of education and society, man and the state, and processes. Ongoing research and systems analysis of neoliberal reforms on the level of society in general and education in particular. Examines substantive, structural and functional characteristics of the concept of “critical social philosophy of education” in the context of institutional tendencies of social life, as well as forms and possibilities of its methodological application. Argues that globalization and the technological revolution to be used for a radical restructuring and reconstruction of education for his service to democracy and progressive social change. Awareness lessons of the global development is necessary for a theoretical understanding of today’s global outlook for progressive politics in general and in education in particular, and for the practical attempts to change our world for the public majority.

Published
2014-05-01
How to Cite
Zinchenko, V. (2014). The neoliberal model of global development, critical social philosophy of education and the world system perspective of democratic institutionalization. Part the second. The critical theory, socially-philosophical model of philosophy of education and pros. Filosofiya Osvity. Philosophy of Education, 14(1). Retrieved from https://philosopheducation.com/index.php/philed/article/view/463
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