批判的人種理論と教育

学校教育実践学研究 Volume 16 Page 77-84 published_at 2010-03-20
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Title ( jpn )
批判的人種理論と教育
Title ( eng )
Critical Race Theory and Education
Creator
Cole Mike
Komatsu Mariko
Goto Kenjiro
Source Title
学校教育実践学研究
Hiroshima journal of school education
Volume 16
Start Page 77
End Page 84
Journal Identifire
[ISSN] 1341-111X
[NCID] AN10491493
Abstract
This paper recapitulates the lecture which Mike Cole, the Professor of Bishop Grosseteste University College Lincoln gave on the 15th September 2009 at the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. The title of his lecture was "Critical Race Theory and Education". The purpose was to introduce the nature of Critical Race Theory (CRT) and examine the theory from the perspective of Marxist.

First, Cole explained two major tenets of CRT: '"white supremacy" rather than racism' and '"race" rather than class'. After the introduction of the tenets, he pointed out a number of problems of it. With regard to the tenet 1, '"white supremacy "rather than racism', he pointed out four problems: the tenet directs attention away from modes of production; it homogenises all white people; it could not explain non-colour-coded racism; it is counter-productive in rallying against racism. About the tenet 2, '"race "rather than class', he emphasised that social class is the system upon the maintenance of capitalism depends, although CRT claimed the significance of race.

Second, he referred the six strengths of CRT. CRT emphasises the importance of voice of coloured people; CRT reminds of the extent of racism in the modern world; CRT stands on the concept of chronicle; CRT emphasised interest convergence theory; CRT played a useful role in a reformist legal movement; CRT uses the concept of property to explain segregation and "white supremacy" historically.

Third, he described the role of school in terms of Marxism. From this perspective, schools should promote the learning without limits, antiracist multicultural education, the teaching of imperialisms, media education and the teaching of democratic socialism which was regarded as last taboo in schools.

Finally, Cole concluded that racialized capitalism is more useful than "white supremacy" and social class must remain central in any analysis of racialized capitalism.
NDC
Education [ 370 ]
Language
jpn
Resource Type departmental bulletin paper
Publisher
広島大学大学院教育学研究科附属教育実践総合センター
Date of Issued 2010-03-20
Publish Type Version of Record
Access Rights open access
Source Identifier
[ISSN] 1341-111X
[NCID] AN10491493