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Histories-opvoedkundige analise van ideologieë, waardes en norme sedert die Renaissance-Humanisme

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dc.contributor.advisor Van Zyl, A. E. en Van Niekerk, Jacoba Magrietha en 2009-08-25T10:52:08Z 2009-08-25T10:52:08Z 2003-11-30 2003-11-30 en
dc.identifier.citation Van Niekerk, Jacoba Magrietha (2003) Histories-opvoedkundige analise van ideologieë, waardes en norme sedert die Renaissance-Humanisme, University of South Africa, Pretoria, <> en
dc.description Text in Afrikaans
dc.description.abstract The actuality of the pedagogical question concerning the role of ideology, values and norms in the life of man in general and education specifically stimulated the interest of the author and prompted her to examine the past in this respect. The contemporary image of ideology, values, norms, personal and global philosophies are looked at in this study. Particular attention is paid to the ideologies that developed from the Renaissance e.g. Humanistic oriented Realism, Rationalism and Naturalism. Certain role players are briefly referred to. The Communist Educational System influenced more than half of the human race over a period of seventy years resulting in a thorough investigation into this system. The influence of People's Education in education in general was also scrutinized. Because so many South Africans are adherents of Calvinism it was important that attention was paid to: The philosophy of Calvinism; What it entails; How it originated and its impact on South African Education. Particular reference was made to the role of Christian National Education. It is fairly generally accepted that a new period in history of the West in relation to values, norms and education is being entered into. The period discussion is more concerned with spiritual development, culture knowledge and religion of the human race than political and military power, although, the latter is not excluded. It was also necessary to take note of the influence of the New Age movement on values and norms. The study is concluded with the evaluation of ideology, values, norms, personal and global philosophies. Some of the most important conclusions arrived at are that these aspects are interwoven and that education is pertinently influenced by the values, norms, culture, personal and global philosophies of the individual, community and government. en
dc.format.extent 1 online resource (xiv, 326, xxviii leaves)
dc.language.iso af en
dc.subject Ideologies en
dc.subject Values en
dc.subject Norms en
dc.subject Personal and global philosphies en
dc.subject Humanism en
dc.subject Rationalism en
dc.subject Realism en
dc.subject Naturalism en
dc.subject Communism en
dc.subject Calvinism and New Age en
dc.subject.ddc 140
dc.subject.lcsh Ideology
dc.subject.lcsh Values
dc.subject.lcsh Social norms
dc.subject.lcsh Humanism
dc.title Histories-opvoedkundige analise van ideologieë, waardes en norme sedert die Renaissance-Humanisme en
dc.type Thesis en
dc.description.department Educational Studies en D. Ed. (Historiese Opvoedkunde) en

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