Social Crisis and Educational Research, Volume 164

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Routledge, Dec 8, 2011 - Education - 348 pages
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Originally written at a time of crisis in the education system of Britain – occasioned by cuts, contradictions and change - many of the issues discussed in this book are still relevant today. Debate in the book focuses upon an examination of the nature of the crisis, an exploration of the impact of the crisis upon school processes and upon the relationship between life in school and in the wider community, an investigation of the responses being made by pupils, teachers and educationalists to the day-to-day manifestations of the crisis and a consideration of how the current crisis is giving a particular poignancy to issues to do with the theories and methods employed in our study and interpretation of contemporary educational processes.

 

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Contents

Len Barton and Stephen Walker
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Part One Research in Crisis
19
Part Two Crisis in Research
152
Index
335
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Colin Barnes is Professor of Disability Studies at the Centre for Disability Studies, Department of Sociology, University of Leeds; Mike Oliver is Professor of Disability Studies in the School of Social Sciences, University of Greenwich and Len Barton is Professor of Inclusive Education at the Institute of Education, University of London.