Teaching history in postmodern times: history teachers' thinking about the nature and purposes of their subject

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McCrum, Elizabeth M.;
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This thesis investigates how secondary school history teachers at the start of their teaching careers view the nature and purposes of their subject and how they think these views impact on their practice. Data were collected through in depth individual qualitative inter... View more
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