Teachers and politics in France; a pressure group study of the Fédération de l'education nationale

In France, public school teachers are held in high esteem. Moreover, they have long been drawn to political participation. Teachers as an organized group play an important role in the politcal process and influence issues requiring government decision. This study applies the concepts and methods of...

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Author / Creator:Clark, James M. (James Milford), 1930-
Edition:1st ed.
Imprint:Syracuse, Syracuse University Press, 1967.
Description:xv, 197 pages 24 cm
Language:English
Subject:Fédération de l'éducation nationale (France)
Fédération de l'éducation nationale.
Fédération de l'éducation nationale.
Fédération de l'éducation nationale (France)
Interessenverband
Lehrer
Lehrerverband
Leraren.
Pressiegroepen.
Lehrer.
Frankreich
Format: E-Resource Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/3068051
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Notes:Includes bibliographical references (pages 186-190).
Also issued online.
Summary:In France, public school teachers are held in high esteem. Moreover, they have long been drawn to political participation. Teachers as an organized group play an important role in the politcal process and influence issues requiring government decision. This study applies the concepts and methods of pressure group analysis to the principal teachers' organization in France, the Fédération de l'éducation nationale (FEN). the history, aims, structure, cohesion and methods of FEN are described and FEN action is illustrated and interpreted in two case studies.
Other form:Online version: Clark, James M. (James Milford), 1930- Teachers and politics in France. 1st ed. Syracuse, Syracuse University Press, 1967