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Special Issue: Volume 36, Issue 3, 2014

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July 2014 special issue of The Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, on the topic of the War on Youth, guest edited by Tyler J. Pollard, Jennifer Fisher, Andrew Reszitnyk, and Danielle Martak, and featuring interviews with Henry A. Giroux, Brad Evans, Erika Shaker, and Lawrence Grossberg.

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Notes on Contributors

pages 169-170

Sacrificing the Future:Dispatches on the Global War on Youth

Andrew Reszitnyk, Jennifer Fisher, Tyler J. Pollard, Danielle Martak
pages 171-179

Hardened Cultures and the War on Youth: A Conversation with Henry A. Giroux

Tyler J. Pollard
pages 180-192

Education, the Politics of Resilience, and the War on Youth: A Conversation with Brad Evans

Tyler J. Pollard
pages 193-213

Education, the War on Progress, and the Future of Youth: A Conversation with Erika Shaker

Tyler J. Pollard
pages 214-224

Intellectuals, Youth, and the Politics of the Conjuncture: A Conversation with Lawrence Grossberg

Tyler J. Pollard
pages 225-245

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Volume 36, Issue 2, 2014

May 2014 issue of the Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, featuring work from Scott Ellison, Sonya M. Alemán, Ilya Parkins, Tyler J. Pollard, and Colleen McGloin.

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Notes on Contributors

Page 89

God and Man at a Southern Appalachian Community College: Cognitive Dissonance and the Cultural Logics of Conservative News Talk Radio Programming

Scott Ellison
pages 90-108

Reimagining Journalism Education Through a Pedagogy of Counter-News-Story

Sonya M. Alemán
pages 109-126

“Nineteen Funerals”: Ethics of Remembering Murdered Women in a Service Learning Classroom

Ilya Parkins
pages 127-143

True Blood, a Critical Pedagogy of Conjuration, and Mediating Racial Histories in the Classroom

Tyler J. Pollard
pages 144-155

Tone It Down a Bit!: Euphemism as a Colonial Device in Australian Indigenous Studies

Colleen McGloin
pages 155-167

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Volume 35, Issue 3, 2013

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June 2013 issue of the Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, featuring work from Douglas Kellner, Mark Featherstone, Bill Yousman, and Janet Dassinger.

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Notes on Contributors

pages 155-156

Media Spectacle and Domestic Terrorism: The Case of the Batman/Joker Cinema Massacre

Douglas Kellner
pages 157-177

“Hoodie Horror”: The Capitalist Other in Postmodern Society

Mark Featherstone
pages 178-196

Revisiting Hall’s Encoding/Decoding Model: Ex-Prisoners Respond to Television Representations of Incarceration

Bill Yousman
pages 197-216

Managing the Unemployed No More: Renewing Union Adjustment Through Pedagogy of Resistance

Janet Dassinger
pages 217-229

Education America—“Welcome to My Nightmare”

Tina Besley
pages 230-240

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