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Contributor(s): Jones, Phyllis [editor] | Danforth, Scot [editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: International perspectives on inclusive education v.6. Publisher: Bingley : Emerald, 2015Description: 241pages.ISBN: 9781785604171.DDC classification:
Contents:
From special education to integration to genuine inclusion / Scot Danforth, Phyllis Jones -- Developing a critical sociology of special and inclusive education : the contribution of Sally Tomlinson / Sheila Riddell -- Stealth bureaucracy in Sally Tomlinson's irresistible rise of the SEN industry / Julie Allan -- Questioning assumptions : Roger Slee and Julie Allan's reconsideration of inclusive education / Tim Loreman -- Interrupting the prevailing discourse on special education : political and sociological perspectives offered by Len Barton / Phyllis Jones -- The bumpy road to genuinely inclusive schools : still learning from Ferguson's 'rabid' confessions of an authentic inclusionist / S. Anthony Thompson -- New linkages for a complex inclusive education : third world feminism, post-positivist realism and disability studies / Srikala Naraian -- Do attitudes predict behaviour : an (un)solved mystery? / Umesh Sharma, Hasheem Mannan -- Under the mentorship of John Dewey : democratic lessons for inclusive education / Scot Danforth -- Re-imagining inclusive research and practice : a focus on bourdieus concepts of habitus, capital, doxa and field / Joseph Seyram Agbenyega, Sunanta Klibthong -- Assembling all the jigsaw pieces together : the critical work of Dorothy Lipsky and Alan Gartner's Inclusion and school reform / David J. Connor -- Why the pursuit of inclusive education cannot be left to science : lessons from the work of Burton Blatt / Douglas Biklen -- The illusion of our separativeness : exploring Heshusius's concept of participatory consciousness in disability research and inclusive education / Deborah J. Gallagher -- The sociological straitjacket and the ethics of exclusion / Simo Vehmas.
Summary: This volume focuses on inquiry into inclusive education from the perspective of scholarly influences in the field of practice and research. A group of key international researchers in the field of inclusive education have each contributed a chapter about a piece of scholarship they believe has influenced inquiry in the field, as a whole.
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Inclusive Education: Vision, Policy and Implementation


From special education to integration to genuine inclusion / Scot Danforth, Phyllis Jones --
Developing a critical sociology of special and inclusive education : the contribution of Sally Tomlinson / Sheila Riddell --
Stealth bureaucracy in Sally Tomlinson's irresistible rise of the SEN industry / Julie Allan --
Questioning assumptions : Roger Slee and Julie Allan's reconsideration of inclusive education / Tim Loreman --
Interrupting the prevailing discourse on special education : political and sociological perspectives offered by Len Barton / Phyllis Jones --
The bumpy road to genuinely inclusive schools : still learning from Ferguson's 'rabid' confessions of an authentic inclusionist / S. Anthony Thompson --
New linkages for a complex inclusive education : third world feminism, post-positivist realism and disability studies / Srikala Naraian --
Do attitudes predict behaviour : an (un)solved mystery? / Umesh Sharma, Hasheem Mannan --
Under the mentorship of John Dewey : democratic lessons for inclusive education / Scot Danforth --
Re-imagining inclusive research and practice : a focus on bourdieus concepts of habitus, capital, doxa and field / Joseph Seyram Agbenyega, Sunanta Klibthong --
Assembling all the jigsaw pieces together : the critical work of Dorothy Lipsky and Alan Gartner's Inclusion and school reform / David J. Connor --
Why the pursuit of inclusive education cannot be left to science : lessons from the work of Burton Blatt / Douglas Biklen --
The illusion of our separativeness : exploring Heshusius's concept of participatory consciousness in disability research and inclusive education / Deborah J. Gallagher --
The sociological straitjacket and the ethics of exclusion / Simo Vehmas.

This volume focuses on inquiry into inclusive education from the perspective of scholarly influences in the field of practice and research. A group of key international researchers in the field of inclusive education have each contributed a chapter about a piece of scholarship they believe has influenced inquiry in the field, as a whole.

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