フランス第二共和政期における市民教育構想 [in Japanese] Civic education in the Second Republic in France [in Japanese]
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In the first half of the nineteenth century in the schools in France, moral education was based on Catholicism. In February 1848 the Revolutionary government decided to make a Republican government and the system of universal suffrage. Hyppolyte Carnot( Minister of Public Education and Religious Affairs) introduced new education law plans and orderd Charles Renouvier to make a new textbook for civic education (Manuel républicain de l'homme et du citoyen). The new textbook emphasized on" liberty, equality and fraternity" which was the slogan of revolutionary government and the socialism movement of 19th century in France.
- The bulletin of Mukogawa Women's University. Humanities and social science
The bulletin of Mukogawa Women's University. Humanities and social science 61, 33-41, 2013
Mukogawa Women's University