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Question 1. How does hermeneutic listening establish and maintain democratic societies?

Question 2. Raymond Williams defines culture as ordinary. In Kimball and Garrison`s article, what cultural elements are included in a multicultural conversation, and in what ways can they impact the conversation?

Question 3. How is prejudice addressed in the hermeneutic article?
Chapter 1 Berger text:

Question 4. Describe the concept of Nature vs. Nurture:

Question 5. What constitutes a critical compared to a sensitive period?

Question 6. In what ways is development multicontextual?

"Culture is ordinary," Williams wrote in a pioneering essay, and his own life was a case in point. He saw his transition from the Black Mountains to the dreaming spires as in no sense untypical: the Welsh working class from which he sprang had always produced writers, teachers and political activists like himself.

Right to the end, he regarded the politically conscious rural community in which he was reared, with its neighborliness and cooperative spirit, as far more of a genuine culture than the Cambridge in which he held a professorial chair, a center of learning he once acidly described as "one of the rudest places on earth." Working-class Britain may not have produced its quota of Miltons and Jane Austens; but in Williams`s view it had given birth to a culture of its own which was at least as valuable: the dearly won institutions of the labor, trade union and cooperative movements.

Civilization means rational reflection, material well-being, individual autonomy and ironic self-doubt; culture means a form of life which is customary, collective, passionate, spontaneous, unreflective and a-rational. It comes as no surprise, then, to find that we have civilization whereas they have culture.

From the Hirtle article:

Question 7. According to Hirtle, what role does the learner take in Dewey`s perspective of education?

Question 8. How is knowledge constructed in a learning community?

Question 9. How is the theory of constructivism described in the article?

Question 10. What does a learning community founded on constructivism look like?

Question 11. Describe Freire`s use of "problematizing situations?"

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