Cultural resources are key themes when considering educational inequalities and disparities in the social structure. Inspired by Bernstein's invisible pedagogy, this study proposes a model of family transition and knowledge accessibility in child-rearing in Japan. We focus on the reading activities in a community library, conduct a case study of parental consciousness in family education in Tokyo, and examine the possibility of creating cultural resources by improving the reading environment at the local level.
|Journal||International Journal of Educational Research|
|Publication status||Published - 2022 Jan|
- Cultural resources
- Family education
- Invisible pedagogy
- Public library
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