New York: Teachers College, Columbia University, 1987. Hardcover. VG+ internally but with bumped corners, 3 small scuffs to front cover, and art school ex-lib. markings. Red boards; gilt lettering. xviii + 201 pp. with bw frontis and occasional bw images. Foreword / June King McFee --Introduction / Doug Blandy andKristin G. Congdon --Part I. Individual differences, cultural pluralism, and "social role valorization" --Culturally based versus universally based understanding of art / F. Graeme Chalmers --Qualifications and contradictions of art museum education in a pluralistic democracy / Karen A. Hamblen --Masculine bias and the relationship between art and democracy / Georgia C. Collins --Part II. Public dialogue on art --Art, social action, and the preparation of democratic citizens / Doug Blandy --Historical participation : toward an understanding of the historian in art education / Paul E. Bolin --Toward democratic direction of technology / Beverly J. James --Part III. The citizens's responsibility to individual and group processes --Why art education is neither socially relevant nor culturally democratic : a contextual analysis / Robert Bersson --Cultural literacy in art : developing conscious aesthetic choices in art education / Barbara Ann Boyer --Part IV. Freedom of aesthetic choice in work and play --Occupational art and occupational influences on aesthetic preferences : a democratic perspective / Kristin G. Congdon --Making work art and art work : the aesthetic impulse in organizations and education / Michael Owen Jones --Toward an ecological aesthetic : notes on a "green" frame of mind / Jan J. Jagodzinski --Part V. Responses to art in a democracy --Democracy and art, then and now / Mary Ann Stankiewicz --Misdirections and realignments / Vincent Lanier.
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