Academic Identity: Place, Race, and Gender in Academia Or is it Really All Academic?
This text centres upon full inclusion within the higher education curriculum of such disciplines as women's studies, ethnic studies, criminal studies and teacher education. It has a chapter on each discipline and discusses the topic of marginalization within academia.
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