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Baccalaureate in the dictatorship of Primo de Rivera: the debate between Callejo and Sainz Rodríguez

dc.contributor.authorGonzález Bertolín, Aurelio José 
dc.date.accessioned2020-09-30T08:28:46Z
dc.date.available2020-09-30T08:28:46Z
dc.date.issued2020-07
dc.identifier.issn0214-8560
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12466/1175
dc.description.abstractLa experiencia de la dictadura de Primo de Rivera precipitó la llegada al poder, como apoyo doctrinal del primorriverismo, de unas nuevas élites políticas provenientes del catolicismo social, del tradicionalismo y de las juventudes mauristas. Esta nueva derecha autoritaria desempeñó un papel relevante en el origen y desarrollo de movimientos posteriores como Acción Española y la CEDA (Confederación Española de Derechas Autónomas), y estuvo presente con posterioridad en los distintos grupos que concurrieron en la política institucional del franquismo. De igual modo, el debate público e institucional en torno al Plan Callejo propició la configuración de dos modelos de bachillerato propios de la derecha española, clásico uno y ecléctico el otro, que fueron alternando en la política educativa española hasta la Ley General de Educación de 1970. El primero inspiró la Ley de Bases de Sainz Rodríguez de 1938, y el segundo estuvo en el origen de la reforma del bachillerato de Ruiz-Giménez de 1953.es
dc.description.abstractThe experience of the dictatorship of Primo de Rivera precipitated the arrival to power, as a doctrinal support of primorriverism, of new political elites coming from social Catholicism, traditionalism and Maurism youths. This new authoritarian right-wing movement played an important role in the origin and development of later movements like Acción Española and CEDA (Spanish Confederation of Autonomous Right); and it was present later in the different groups that participated in the institutional politics of the Franco regime. Similarly, the public and institutional debate surrounding Callejo Plan contributed to the configuration of two secondary school models of the Spanish right-wing politics, one classical and one ecclectical, which alternated in the Spanish educational policy up to the General Education Act of 1970. The first one inspired the law of Bases by Sainz Rodríguez in 1938, and the second one was in the origin of the reform of the Baccalaureate title by Ruiz-Giménez in 1953.en
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dc.titleEl bachillerato en la dictadura de Primo de Rivera: el debate Callejo-Sainz Rodríguezes
dc.titleBaccalaureate in the dictatorship of Primo de Rivera: the debate between Callejo and Sainz Rodríguezen
dc.typearticlees
dc.description.disciplineEducaciónes
dc.identifier.doi10.46583/edetania_2020.57.509
dc.issue.number57es
dc.journal.titleEdetaniaes
dc.page.initial143es
dc.page.final162es
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dc.subject.keywordEnseñanza mediaes
dc.subject.keywordBachilleratoes
dc.subject.keywordDictaduraes
dc.subject.keywordSecondary educationen
dc.subject.keywordBaccalaureateen
dc.subject.keywordDictatorshipen
dc.subject.unesco5312.04 Educaciónes


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