Change in citizenship and social science education in (post)war time

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https://doi.org/10.11576/jsse-7281

Abstract

According to the Global Conflict Tracker (https://www.cfr.org/global-conflict-tracker), there are currently 27 conflicts in the world, which vary in type and status. In contrast, the Rule of Law in Armed Conflict Online Portal (RULAC), which defines armed conflicts under international humanitarian law, indicates that it is currently monitoring more than 114 armed conflicts in the world (https://geneva-academy.ch/galleries/today-s-armed-conflicts). Some of these conflicts are in the headlines; others are not. However, they all change the lives and functioning of people living there or those who neighbour them. How does education respond to current, future, and past armed conflicts?

Author Biographies

Violetta Kopińska, Institute of Educational Sciences, Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences, Nicolaus Copernicus University

PhD, habilitation degree in Social Sciences, Associate Professor, is a researcher at the Institute of Educational Sciences, Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland. She focuses her research interests on citizenship education, civic participation, and anti-discrimination education. She studies discourses of citizenship education from the perspective of critical pedagogy. She analyses the relationship between politics and education in a discursive approach.

Mehmet Açıkalın, Istanbul University - Cerrahpaşa

Professor in the Department of Social Studies Education at Istanbul University - Cerrahpaşa, Türkiye. He received his master's degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 2002 and PhD from The Ohio State University, USA, in 2006. His research interests are computer-supported instruction in social studies, global education and social studies teacher education.

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Published

2024-06-18

How to Cite

Kopińska, V., & Açıkalın, M. (2024). Change in citizenship and social science education in (post)war time. JSSE - Journal of Social Science Education, 23(2). https://doi.org/10.11576/jsse-7281