|aEducation as enforcement :|bthe militarization and corporatization of schools /|cKenneth J. Saltman & David A. Gabbard, editors.
|aNew York ;|aLodon :|bRoutledgeFalmer,|c2003.
|axxiv, 332 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|gForeword,|tDemocracy, schooling, and the culture of fear after September 11 /|rHenry A. Giroux --|tFunction of schools : subtler and cruder methods of control / Noam Chomsky --|tRivers of fire : BPAmoco's iMPACT on education /|rKenneth J. Saltman and Robin Truth Goodman --|tEducation IS enforcement! : the centrality of compulsory schooling in market societies /|rDavid A. Gabbard --|tCracking down : Chicago school policy and the regulation of black and Latino youth /|rPauline Lipman --|tFacing oppression : youth voices from the front /|rPepi Leistyna --|tFreedom for some, discipline for "others" : the structure of inequity in education /|rEnora R. Brown --|tForceful hegemony : a warning and a solution from Indian country /|rDon Trent Jacobs --|tProliferation of JROTC : educational reform or militarization /|rMarvin J. Berlowitz and Nathan A. Long.
|tEducation for war in Israel : preparing children to accept war as a natural factor of life /|rHaggith Gor --|tPost-Columbine reflections on youth violence as a (trans)national movement /|rJulie Webber --|tImprisoning minds : the violence of neoliberal education or "I Am Not for Sale!" /|rSheila Landers Macrine --|tTaking command : the pathology of identity and agency in predatory culture /|rRon Scapp --|tCommentary on the rhetoric of reform : a twenty-year retrospective /|rSandra Jackson --|tControlling images : the power of high-stakes testing /|rKevin D. Vinson and E. Wayne Ross --|tDick lit : corporatism, militarism, and the detective novel /|rRobin Truth Goodman --|tVirtuous war : simulation and the militarization of play /|rEugene F. Provenzo, Jr. --|tWe were soldiers : the rewriting of memory and the corporate order /|rWilliam M. Reynolds and David A. Gabbard --|tPolitics of compulsory patriotism : on the educational meanings of September 11 /|rMichael W. Apple --|tCritical revolutionary pedagogy at ground zero : renewing the educational left after September 11 /|rPeter McLaren and Ramin Farahmandpur.