Jones Ken (2005). Â« Remaking Education in Western Europe Â». European Educational Research Journal, vol. 4, nÂ° 3, p. 228–242. En ligne : <http://scholar.google.c ... %3D7_Jones_EERJ_4_3_web>.
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"This article makes a contribution to discussion on the neo-liberal reshaping of education in Western Europe. It argues for a greater attentiveness on the part of education researchers to collective social actors such as trade unions and social movements. Making use of concepts from Gramsci and from Poulantzas, it suggests that such actors had a formative role in the making of post-war education systems, and that reducing their influence is now an important objective of governments across the European Union. Focusing on educational conflict in England, France and Italy, it explores the extent to which traditions associated with post-war reform continue to possess political vitality."
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