Further reading

The following is reference litterature for the various texts published on the website

Parents' workshops  

Dewey John, Experience and Education, Kappa Delta Pi 1938

Vaage Sveinung, Learning by Dewey, Published by agreement with Southern Illinois University Press, PO Box 3697, Carbondale Illinois 62902 USA, from the Collected Works of John Dewey 2000

Bruner Jerome, Acts of Meaning by the President and Fellows of Harvard University 1990

Bachtin Michail: The dialogic imagination: four essays University af Texas Press, 2000 University of Texas Slavic series no 1

Vygotskij, L. S. Thought and language, 1, 2nd ,3  M.I.T. Press 1986

The role of parents   

A Bridge to the Future. Collaboration Between Parents, Schools, and Communities, F.Smit, K.van der Wolf , P.Sleegers (red.), University of Nijmegen, Nijmegen 2001

Building bridges between home and school, F. Smit, H.Moerel, K. van der Wolf, P. Sleegers (Eds.), Institute for Applied Social Sciences, University Nijmegen 1999

J.L.Epstein, L.Coates, K.C.Salinas, M.G.Sanders, B.S.Simon (1997) School, Family, and Community Partnerships. Your Handbook for Action. Corvin Press, Inc. Thousand Oaks, California

Family-School-Community Partnerships. Merging into Social Development, R.-A.Martinez-Gonzalez, M.del Henar Perez-Herrero, B.Rodriguez-Ruiz [Eds.], Grupo SM, Oviedo 2005

A.Macbeth (1995) Partnership between parents and teachers in education in A.Macbeth, D.McCreath and J.Aitchison (Eds.): Collaborate or Compete? Educational Partnerships in a Market Economy. The Falmer Press, London – Washington, D.C.

Kindström C. (2002): A presentation of the study circles method, Studieförbundet Vuxenskolan, Stockholm

Koralewicz J., Ziolkowski M. (1990) Mentalnosc Polakow. Sposoby myslenia o polityce, gospodarce i zyciu spolecznym w koncu lat osiemdziesiatych [Mentality of Polse. The Ways of Thinking About Polity, Economy, and Social Life at the and of ’80, Nakom (Ed.) Poznan

Mendel M. (2003): Semiotic Consciousness and Discourse of Power in Education. Parents in School Life: Educational Perspectives between Open and Hidden Fields of Meaning, International Journal of Applied Semiotics, vol. 4, no.1 (9-27)

McCaslin M.M., Murdock T.B. (1991): The emergent interaction of home and school in the development of students'’adaptive learning, Advances in Motivation and Achievement, Volume 7, pp. 213-259
  
School, Family, and Community Partnerships in a World of Differences and Changes, Stefano Castelli, Maria Mendel, Birte Ravn (Eds.), Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Gdanskiego, Gdansk 2003

Van Zanten A.(2005): New Modes of Reproducing Social Inequality in Education: the changing role of parents, teachers, schools and educational policies, European Educational Research Journal, Volume 4, Number 3, pp.155-169

Vincent C. (2000): Including parents? Education, citizenship and parental agency. Open University Press, Buckingham – Philadelphia

Wentzel K.R., Feldman S.S. (1993): Parental Predictors of Boys’ Self-Restraint and Motivation to Achieve at School: A Longitudinal Study. Journal of Early Adolescence, Vol. 13 No. 2, May 1993, pp. 183-203

The teacher as an agent of partnership

Epstein J.L. (1990): Single parents and the schools. Effects of marital status on parent and teacher interactions [In:] Change and Societal Institutions, M.Halinan (Ed.), New York: Plenum, pp. 91-121

Epstein J.L. (1992): School and Family Partnerships [In:] Encyclopedia of Educational Research, Sixth Edition, M.Alkin (Ed.), New York: MacMillan, pp. 1139-1151

Epstein J.L., Dauber S.L. (1991): School programs and teachers practices of parent involvement in inner-city elementary schools, Elementary School Journal, 91 (3), pp. 289-303

Hoover-Dempsey K.V., Bassler O.C., Brissie J.S. (1987): Parent Involvement: Contribution of teacher efficacy, school socioeconomic status, and other school characteristics,  American Educational Research Journal, 24 (3), pp. 417-435

Leitch M.L., Tangri S.S. (1988): Barriers to home-school collaboration, Educational Horizons,  66, pp.70-74

Identity and culture  

Autar en Dumasy (2001), voorbeelden van communicatie met allochtone ouders.
 
Autar, Gelauff ea. (1996), Ouders en school.
 
Dingarten ea. Echo (2004), Communiceren met ouders.
 
Van Endt-Meijling (1999), Met nieuwe ogen.
 
Fiddelaars en Nieuwenbroek (1995), Veelkleurige leerlingbegeleiding.
 
Gunthner, and Luckman (2001)The relevance of cultural repertoires of communicative genres. Asymmetries of knowledge in intercultural communication. 
 
Hofstede (2004), Allemaal andersdenkenden: omgaan met cultuurverschillen. 
 
Kamii, C. and J. Ewing (1996),  "Basing teaching on Piaget's Constructivism." 
Childhood Education 72.5 260-64.
 
Kleerekoper NIZW (2003), Ouderbijeenkomsten. 
 
Mok en Reinsch (1999), KiesKleurig, handleiding intercultureel lesmateriaal.
 
Prenen en Wysmans (2004), Praten met ouders. 
 
Ryckaert (2005), Omgaan met ouders. 
Handleiding gespreks- en communicatietechnieken voor leerkrachten. 
 
Serie jeugdbeleid (2003), Actieve ouders.
 
Stevens (2004), Anders denken en doen. 
 
Pinto, D. (1994), Interculturele communicatie
 
Vygotsky, L.S. (1978). Mind in society: The development of higher mental processes. 
 
Van der Wulp (2003), Aangenaam kennismaken.

Morality, values, and culture

Allport G. W. (1954), The nature of prejudice, Addison Wesley, Cambridge (MA).

Arendt H. (1963), Eichmann in Jerusalem: A report on the banality of evil, New York: Viking Press.

Aronson E. (1978), The jigsaw classroom, Sage, Beverly Hills (CAL).

Asch S. (1956), Studies of independence and conformity, Psychological Monographs, 70(9).

Boyd, D. (1996) A question of adequate aims. Journal of Moral Education, Vol. 25(1), pp. 21-29.

Bronfenbrenner U. (1979), The ecology of human development, Harvard University Pres, Cambridge (MA).

CIDREE (Consortium of Institutions for Development and Research in Education in Europe) (1994), Values Education in Europe, A selected annotation of bibliography for 27 countries (1985-1992), Ed. by M. Taylor

Dewey J. (1997), Democracy and education, Free Press, New York.

Douglas K. (2000), Cultural diversity: Concept and ideology as a pedagogical resource? In M.Leicester, 
S.Modgil, C.Modgil, Education, Culture, and Values, vol. 3, Falmer Press, London, pp.78-84)
Durkheim E. (1956), Education and sociology, Free Press, New York.

Emler N. & Reicher Orientations to institutional authority in adolescence. Journal of Moral Education, 16,2.

Johnson D. et al. (1993), Circles of learning, Interaction Book Co., Edina (Minn.).

Kohlberg L. (1985), The Just Community approach to moral education, in M.W. Berkowitz, F.Oser (Eds.), Moral education: theory and application, Erlbaum, Hillsdale (N.J.).

Lickona, T. (1980) What does moral psychology has to say to the teacher of ethics?; in Callahan, D. and Bok S. (Eds.) Ethics teaching in Higher Education, pp. 103-132. New York: Plenum Press.

Mazzara B. (1996), Appartenenza e pregiudizio, NIS, Roma.

Milgram S. (1974), Obedience to authority, London:Tavistock

Narayan, U. (1988) Working together across difference: some considerations on emotions and political practice. Hypatia, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 31-47.

Nisan M. (1984), Content and structure in moral judgment: an integrative view; in M.W.Kurtines, J.L.Gewirtz (Eds.), Morality, moral behavior and moral development, Wiley, New York.

Noam G. (1993). “Normative vulnerabilities” of self and their transformation in moral action. In Noam G. & Wren Th. (Eds.), The moral self, pp. 209-238. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press

Oser F. K. (1991), Professional morality; in Kurtines W. M. & Gewirtz J. L., Handbook of moral behavior and development, Vol 2, Hillsdale (NJ):Lawrence Erlbaum

Pinto Minerva F. (2002), L’intercultura, Laterza, Roma

Rogoff B: (1990), Apprenticeship in thinking, Oxford University Press, New York.

Sherif M. & Sherif  C. (1965). Problems of youth. Transition to adulthood in a changing world, Aldine, Chicago.

Shweder R., Why do men barbecue?, Harvard University Press, Cambridge (MA).

Shweder R. A. & Much N. C. (1987). Determinations of meaning: Discourse and moral socialization. In Kurtines W. M. & Gewirtz J. L. (Eds.). Social interaction and socio-moral development. pp. 197-244. New York: John Wiley.

Shweder R.A, Mahapatra M. & J.G Miller (1990). Culture and moral development; in J.W. Stigler, R.A. Shweder & G. Herdt (Eds.), Cultural Psychology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

Shweder R.et al. (2003), The “big three” of morality (autonomy, community, divinity) and the “big three” explanations of suffering; in Shweder R., Why do men barbecue?, Harvard University Press, Cambridge (MA).

Staub, E. (1993). Individual and group selves: Motivation, morality, and evolution. In Noam G. & Wren Th. (Eds.). The moral self. pp. 337-358. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press

Tajfel H. (1981), Human groups and social categories, Cambridge University Press.

Turiel E. (2002), The culture of morality, Cambridge (MA): Cambridge University Press.

Witherell C. & Noddings N. (1991), Stories lives tell. Narrative and dialogue in education. Teachers College, Columbia University, New York.

Youniss J. & Yates M. (1997), Community service and social responsibility in youth, Chicago, Chicago University Press.