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Citizenship Education and Youth Politicization in Quebec: Teacher Perspectives (vol. 46, no. 3)
Lugar de publicación | Año de publicación | compilación: 
Montreal | 2020 | p. 95-124
ISSN 1705-0065
Alexandre Fortier-Chouinard
Autor corporativo: 
Revue des sciences de l’éducation
Europa y América del Norte
 © Alexandre Fortier-Chouinard, Revue des sciences de l’éducation 2020

Civic education classes generally have a positive impact on political knowledge and citizen involvement. In Quebec, the mandatory History and citizenship education class, almost unstudied thus far, was recently replaced by a History of Quebec and Canada class in secondary 3 and 4. 14 interviewed History and citizenship education teachers in secondary 4 believe that these courses improve some indicators of students’ politicization but not necessarily future turnout, and that civic education takes too little space in the curriculum. An open classroom climate, which literature has found to have a positive impact on voting, seems to be absent from their teaching.


Tipo de recurso: 
Artículos de revistas / Publicaciones periódicas
Cívico / ciudadanía / democracia
Justicia social / equidad
Nivel de educación: 
Educación Secundaria

Palabra clave

Politics; Citizenship