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Volume 10 Numbers 2 & 3, 2011, ISSN 1478-8047

Values and Purposes in Citizenship, Social and Economic Education

Howard Gibson. Editorial. IACSEE Conference Issue

Howard Gibson. Values and Purposes in Citizenship, Social and Economic Education: from instrumentalism to argument

Stephen J. Ball & Antonio Olmedo. Global Social Capitalism: using enterprise to solve the problems of the world

Penny Enslin. Education for Global Citizenship: the cosmopolitan and the patriotic

Peter Davies. Students’ Conceptions of Price, Value and Opportunity Cost: some implications for future research

David Coulby. The Common School and Intercultural Education: failed ideals and the parameters of curricular possibility

Jacek Brant. The Case for Values in Economics Education

Bernd Remmele. The Intersubjective Turn and Its Consequences for Economics Education

Catherine Broom. The Erosion of the Public Good: the implications of neo-liberalism for education for democracy

Sally Inman, Sophie Mackay & Maggie Rogers. Developing Values and Purposes in Teachers for a Better World: the experience of the United Kingdom Teacher Education Network for Education for Sustainable Development/Global Citizenship

Ulla Damber & Ann-Kristin Göhl-Muigai. Embedded Values in Reading Primers: the perceptions of student teachers

Günther Seeber & Franziska Birke. Using a Fox to Guard the Geese? A German Debate on the Purposes of Economic Education in Relation to Sustainability and the Role of Values

Carol Mutch. Citizenship Education inNew Zealand: we know ‘what works’ but to what extent is it working?

Sanjana Mehta, Irenka Suto, Gill Elliott & Nicky Rushton. Why Study Economics? Perspectives from 16 19-Year-Old Students

Ulla Damber, Lena Ivarsson, Göran Bostedt, Vladimir Shabes, Tamara Potapova & Ekaterina Troshchenkova. Gender Differences in Value Systems Expressed by Russian and Swedish University Students

Shaun Hughes. Behind the Mask: using arts-based learning to uncover, explore and improve action


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Values and Purposes in Citizenship, Social and Economics Education

Bath Spa University, Bath, United Kingdom
Tuesday 28th – Thursday 30th June 2011


The first Call for Papers has so far attracted over fifty delegates from many parts of the world: Austria, Canada, China, England, Germany, Iran, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, Philippines, Portugal, Slovenia, South Korea, Scotland, USA and Wales. A wide variety of papers well integrated with the conference theme have already been accepted. We are delighted that it has generated so much interest.

Part of the attraction has been the line up of first-class keynote speakers. Professors Stephen Ball, Peter Davies, Penny Enslin and David Coulby are each well-known international experts in their field. Ball and Davies are to address conference on the nature of enterprise in education, and Enslin and Coulby on normative structures and strategies in aspects of citizenship, social and economic education.

The venue has also been an attraction. The City of Bath is of course a UNESCO World Heritage Site

We have been asked to extend the deadline and this we have agreed to.

The new date for submissions is the end of March 2011.

If you wish to submit an abstract please send it to (Dr Howard Gibson, the IACSEE Conference Secretary).

The Association’s refereed international journal Citizenship, Social and Economics Education ( will be devoting a special edition to the conference theme.

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