Social Justice, Education, and Identity
This book answers key questions regarding social justice in education. Its central theme is how the education system, through its organization and practices, is implicated in the realisation of just or unjust social outcomes. In particular, the writers examine the ways in which the identities of individuals and groups are formed and transformed in schools, colleges and universities.
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Towards a sociology of just practices An analysis of plural conceptions of justice
Social justice in the head Are we all libertarians now?
Shifting class identities? Social class and the transition to higher education
Social justice and nontraditional participants in higher education A tale of border crossing instrumentalism and drift
Education and community health Identity social justice and lifestyle issues in communities
Male workingclass identities and social justice A reconsideration of Paul Williss Learning to Lahour in light of contemporary research
Avoiding the issue Homophobia school policies and identities in secondary schools
Masculinities femininities and physical education Bodily practices as reified markers of community membership
Science education for social justice
The development of young childrens ethnic identities Implications for early years practice
Special educational needs and procedural justice in England and Scotland
Social justice identity formation and social capital School diversification policy under New Labour