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Handbook of social justice in education / edited by William Ayers, Therese Quinn, David Stovall.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2009
Imprint:
New York : Routledge, 2009.
Format:
  • Book
  • xvii, 774 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
  • ContentsPrefaceAcknowledgementsPart I Historical and Theoretical PerspectivesEditor: Kenneth SaltmanIntroduction to Part IKenneth SaltmanPublic Good and Private Interest in Educational EvaluationSandra MathisonEducating the Democratic Citizen: Frederick Jackson Turner, History Education, and the University Extension MovementMarc VanOverbekeAnarchist Movement and EducationDavid GabbardHistorical and Critical Interpretations of Social JusticeDeron Boyles, Tony Carusi and Dennis AttickTensions, Ironies, and Social Justice in Black Civil Rights: Lessons from Brown and KingHorace R. HallPreparing for Public Life: Education, Critical Theory, and Social JusticePepi Leistyna Education and the Law: Toward Conquest or Social JusticeEnora Brown Response to Part IAnthony ArnovePart II International Perspectives on Social Justice in EducationEditor: Fazal RizviIntroduction to Part IIFazal RizviMoving AbjectionJane Kenway and Anna Hickey-MoodyGlobal Politics, Gender Justice and Education: Contemporary Issues and DebatesAmanda Keddie and Martin MillsSocial Justice in African Education in the Age of GlobalizationLeon Tikly and Hillary DachiSocial Justice, Identity Politics, and Integration in Conflict-Ridden Societies: Challenges and Opportunities in Integrated Palestinian-Jewish Education in IsraelZvi BekermanBeyond the Justice of the Market: Combating Neoliberal Educational Discourse and Promoting Deliberative Democracy and Economic EqualityDavid HurshResponse to Part IILisa LeePart III Race and Ethnicity, Language and Identity: Seeking Social Justice in EducationEditor: Annette HenryIntroduction to Part IIIAnnette HenryThe Educational Language Rights of Kurdish Children in Turkey, Denmark and Kurdistan (Iraq)Shelley K. Taylor and Tove Skutnabb-KangasWho Decides for Us, Deaf People?Helen R. Thumann and Laurene E. Simms What About Poor White People? Ricky Lee AllenReading Whiteness: Anti-racist Pedagogy Against White Racial KnowledgeZeus LeonardoDiscrimination, Culture, or Capital? The Challenges of Under-Conceptualizing Race in Educational ResearchAmanda Lewis, Carla O'Conner and Jennifer MuellerResponse to Part IIISalim MuwakkilPart IV Gender, Sexuality, and Social Justice in EducationEditor: Mara Shapon-ShevinIntroduction to Part IVMara Shapon-ShevinCreating Safe Schools for Queer YouthKimberly CosierStand Up, Keep Quiet, Talk Back: Agency, Resistance and Possibility in the School Stories of Lesbian YouthElizabethe C. PayneAccess and Obstacles: Gay Straight Alliances Attempt to Alter School CommunitiesCris MayoSocial Justice Education for Black Male Students in Urban Schools: Making Space for Diverse MasculinitiesLance T. McCreadyHIV/AIDS Prevention and Sexuality Education for ALL Students: Critical Issues in Teaching for Social JusticeWanda J. BlanchettUnintentional Gender Lessons in the SchoolsAndrew P. SmilerResponse to Part IVErica Meiners and Therese QuinnPart V Bodies, Disability and the Fight for Social Justice in EducationEditor: Patricia HulseboschIntroduction to Part VPatricia Hulsebosch24. Theorizing Disability: Implications and Applications for Social Justice in EducationSusan L. Gabel and David J. Connor25. Impediments to Social Justice: Hierarchy, Science, Faith, and Imposed Identity (Disability Classification) Ellen Brantlinger26. Doing a (dis)Service: Reimagining Special Education From A Disability Studies PerspectiveBeth A. Ferri27. The Tell-tale Body: The Constitution of Disabilities in SchoolRay McDermott and Jason Duque RaleyResponse to Part VJim FerrisPart VI Youth and Social Justice in Education Editor: Jeffrey Duncan-AndradeIntroduction to Part VIJeffrey Duncan-Andrade28. For and Against: The School-Education Dialectic in Social Justice K. Wayne Yang29. The Social Justice Education Project: A Critically Compassionate Intellectualism for Chicana/o StudentsJulio Cammarota and Augustine RomeroSocial Justice Youth MediaElisabeth Soep, Belia Mayeno, and Nishat KurwaFraming the Problem: The Dehumanization of Teaching and Learning Laurence TanReal Talk: Transformative English Teaching and Urban YouthPatrick CamangianCritical Race Theory Meets Participatory Action Research: Creating a Community of Black Youth as Public IntellectualsA. A. Akom and Shawn GinwrightResponse to Part VIGrace Lee BoggsPart VII Globalization: Local and World Issues in EducationEditors: Pauline Lipman and Karen MonkmanIntroduction to Part VIIPauline Lipman and Karen MonkmanNeo-Liberal Globalization, Educational Policy and the Struggle for Social JusticeFazal Rizvi and Laura C. EngelCritical Pedagogy and Hope in the Context of Neo-Liberal GlobalizationGustavo Fischman and Eric HaasThe Alternative Globalization Movement, Social Justice and EducationJennifer ChanGlobalization, Education Governance and Citizenship Regimes: New Democratic Deficits and Social InjusticesSusan L. RobertsonCreating local democracy, nurturing global alternatives: The case of the Citizen School project in Porto Alegre, BrazilLuis Armando GandinResponse to Part VIIDavid GillbornPart VIII The Politics of Social Justice Meets Practice: Teacher Education and School Change Editors: Joel Westheimer and karen emily suurtammIntroduction to Part VIIIJoel Westheimer and karen emily suurtammSocial Justice Teacher Education Morva McDonald and Kenneth M. ZeichnerTeacher Education, Neoliberalism and Social JusticeChristine SleeterTeacher Education for Social Justice: Critiquing the CritiquesMarilyn Cochran-Smith, Joan Barnatt, Randall Lahann, Karen Shakman, and Dianna TerrellPreparing White Teachers to Teach in a Racist Nation: What Do They Need to Know and Be Able to DoAnna E. Richert, David M. Donahue, and Vicki K. LaBoskeyResponse to Part VIIICarl A. GrantPart IX Classrooms, Pedagogy and Practicing JusticeEditor: Rick AyersIntroduction to Part IXRick AyersPlaying in the Light: Experiential Learning and White Identity DevelopmentGretchen Brion-MeiselsTeaching Poetry WorkshopRafael CasalA Soft Approach to Hard TeachingAvi LessingKeeping It RealMilton ReynoldsRenaming the Moon: Learning English in Middle SchoolJulie SearleDeveloping Social Justice Mathematics Curriculum from Students' Realities: A Case of a Chicago Public SchoolRico GutstienRobles' DilemmaArmando TorresTeaching in the undertow: Resisting the pull of schooling-as-usualGregory MichieRadical Walls: Classrooms that Celebrate Activism and Social Justice: An Interview with Josh MacPheeNicolas Lampert and Josh McPheeTeaching Teachers to Teach QueerlyKevin K. KumashiroResponse to Part IXHector CalderonEditors' ConclusionResource ListContributors.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Publisher's Summary:
"The Handbook of Social Justice in Education", a comprehensive and up-to-date review of the field, addresses, from multiple perspectives, education theory, research, and practice in historical and ideological context, with an emphasis on social movements for justice. Each of the nine sections explores a primary theme of social justice and education - Historical and Theoretical Perspectives; International Perspectives on Social Justice in Education; Race and Ethnicity, Language and Identity: Seeking Social Justice in Education; Gender, Sexuality and Social Justice in Education; Bodies, Disability and the Fight for Social Justice in Education; Youth and Social Justice in Education; Globalization: Local and World Issues in Education; The Politics of Social Justice Meets Practice: Teacher Education and School Change; and, Classrooms, Pedagogy, and Practicing Justice. Timely and essential, this is a must-have volume for researchers, professionals, and students across the fields of educational foundations, multicultural/diversity education, educational policy, and curriculum and instruction.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Contributor:
Ayers, William.
Quinn, Therese.
Stovall, David.
Subjects:
ISBN:
9780805859270
0805859276
9780805859287
0805859284
9780203887745
0203887743

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