December 13, 2019 Forthcoming
Reference - 240 Pages
ISBN 9780367202767 - CAT# K418596
Series: Routledge Research in Language Education
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Home Schooling in China seeks to provide a better understanding of the social movement of home schooling in China. In this book, the author addresses several major themes of home education, including marketization, social stratification, culture, religion, Confucianism, gender. policy, gender and home schooling.
This book draws a broad attention to the in-depth information to the relationship of marketization, social stratification and home education in China. It offers an implication for a better understanding not only for influences of religion (e.g. Christianity), but also the effects of Confucianism on the growth of home education in China. With a strong theoretical foundation, the book comprehensively untangles the key possible factors that shape China’s social movement of home education. The book offers a background on theories and research methodology, as well as reports on empirical studies that analyse the influences of marketization on home schooling, social stratification and the development of home schooling.
This book is ideal reading for academics, researchers, and postgraduate students in the fields of Confucianism, social class, gender and education in China.
Chapter 1. Setting the scene
Chapter 2. Choices with market: being marginalised in marketization of education
Chapter 3. Social class and choice: an inside perspective on families-vs-schools in China
Chapter 4. Christian home education in China
Chapter 5. Confucian home education in China
Chapter 6. Cultural order and parents’ motivations for practising home education in China
Chapter 7. Family cultured habitus and its influences on the development of home education in China
Chapter 8. Gendered habitus in home education in China
Chapter 9. Gender, technology and home-schooling development in China
Chapter 10. Understanding social movement: liberal and conservative agendas in home education in China
Chapter 11. Home education and law in China
Chapter 12. Understanding conservative home-schooling movements: global contexts and international trends
Chapter 13. Contributions and conclusions