Entwürfe und Wirklichkeiten beruflicher Ausbildung im modernen Argentinien
This study assumes that the structural patterns of vocational education in differ- ent societies are not simply a product of economic demands or political motiva- tions, but that they are also determined by the representations related to work, profession and education that prevail in the respective societies. Accordingly, using the example of Argentina the study examines the relationship between so- cial representations and structures of vocational education. It focuses on (a) the increased debates on vocational education and the reform plans in the first deca- des of the 20th century; (b) the comprehensive reforms of vocational education during Perón’s leadership between 1944 und 1955; and (c) the historic-semantic developments of crafts and trades since the colonial era that are understood as a basis for the subsequent developments in the field of vocational education. By means of draft laws, parliamentary debates, legislation, memoires, publications, and graphical material from these periods, the study reconstructs the respective- ly prevailing (partly historically formed, partly deliberately created) representa- tions. It shows as well how these representations facilitated, hindered, or blo- cked particular configurations and developments of vocational education. Pe te r La n g · In te rn at io n al er V er la g d er W is se n sc h af te n Frankfurt am Main · Berlin · Bern · Bruxelles · New York · Oxford · Wien Auslieferung: Verlag Peter Lang AG Moosstr. 1, CH-2542 Pieterlen Telefax 00 41 (0) 32 / 376 17 27 E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org Seit 40 Jahren Ihr Partner f...
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