Routledge tells me to tell you that its education journals are freely available throughout the month of April. All articles are available for free download including (ahem) this one:
Macgilchrist, Felicitas, & Christophe, Barbara. (2011). Translating globalization theories into educational research: Thoughts on recent shifts in Holocaust education. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 32(1), 145-158.
Abstract: Much educational research on globalization aims to prepare students to be successful citizens in a global society. We propose a set of three concepts, drawing on systems theory (Nassehi, Stichweh) and theories of the subject (Butler, Foucault), to think the global which enables educational research to step back from hegemonic discourses and reflect on current practices. Globalization is understood in this approach as referring to: (1) a cognitive shift; (2) expanding relevancy spaces; and (3) new forms of subjectivation. The framework is illustrated with examples from educational policy and learning materials, with an extended look at how globalization is articulated in recent shifts in Holocaust education.
And other articles in
- Journal of Curriculum Studies
- Journal of Educational Policy
- British Journal of Sociology of Education
- Journal of Language, Identity & Education
- Journal of Moral Education
- Journal of Political Science Education
- Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies
- Pedagogy, Culture & Society
- Ethnography and Education
- International Studies in Sociology of Education
- Classroom Discourse
- Curriculum Journal
- Language, Culture & Curriculum
…and many more education journals.