Situating preparedness education within public pedagogy

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Kitagawa, K. 2016. Situating preparedness education within public pedagogy. Pedagogy, Culture and Society. 25 (1), pp. 1-13.
AuthorsKitagawa, K.
Abstract

Both ‘disaster preparedness’ and ‘public pedagogy’ have been broadly defined and diversely utilised. Preparedness has been dealt within the disciplines such as civil engineering, sociology of disasters, public health and psychology, rather than education. Recently, inquiries into the learning and teaching of preparedness is increasing in the field of education, and some of them position preparedness education within the field of public pedagogy. However, conceptual discussion as to how and why the two fields are associated has been limited. The primary aim of this paper is to fill this gap by drawing on public pedagogy literature that conceptualises ‘publics’ and ‘pedagogies’. By doing so, the paper attempts to respond to Burdick et al’s call for Problematizing Public Pedagogy.

JournalPedagogy, Culture and Society
Journal citation25 (1), pp. 1-13
ISSN1468-1366
Year2016
PublisherTaylor & Francis
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Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1080/14681366.2016.1200660
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Print04 Jul 2016
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Deposited04 Jul 2016
Accepted21 Jun 2016
FunderEconomic and Social Research Council
Economic and Social Research Council
Copyright information© 2016 The authors.
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