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Education of girls from Hungarian aristocratic families, from the 1860s until 1947

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Magdolna Rébay

time bygone culture, so they can be regarded as the imprints of cultural memory ( Assmann, 2013 , pp. 20–21). Education can be considered aristocracy's identity-preserving factor; however, the authors' richness of details in dwelling on this aspect

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history teaching-centered approach to the complex social sciences approach dubbed “civic education”. Consequently, the core curriculum simultaneously presented the two forms of collective memory: the communicative and the cultural memory ( Assmann, 2004

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, Geschichte Jahrgangsstufen 7–10 [Framework Curriculum for Berlin/Brandenburg, Part C, History, Academic Years 7–10]. 2015, p. 37.) Deconstruction Critique of eurocentrism/national narratives ‘evaluate the appropriateness of historical cultural memories of

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substance to this line of thinking; societies rely on processes that make their “cultural memory” ( Donald, 2018 ) accessible to new generations. But, the problem is if it is reasonable to assume that these, essentially reproductive, metaphors tell the full

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: Held, D. – Thompson, J. B. (eds.): Social theory of modern societies: Anthony Giddens and his critics . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Tucker, K. H. (1997): Aesthetics, Play and Cultural Memory: Giddens and Habermas

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