4 edition of Studies in inequality and social justice found in the catalog.
Studies in inequality and social justice
With partial reference to India; contributed articles.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Kira Hall.|
|Contributions||Vatuk, Ved Prakash., Hall, Kira, 1962-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlvi, 449 p. :|
|Number of Pages||449|
|LC Control Number||2009341759|
This book is an introduction to issues of inequality and social justice, how they relate to education systems and how education can be a force for positive societal change. Drawing upon research, policy and contemporary thinking in the field, this second edition examines educational inequalities that exist today, what lies behind them and what /5(5). Child Poverty and Social Inequalities in Africa: A Social Justice Perspective: /ch Africa has continually faced challenges in providing public services for its vast populations culminating in wider inequality gaps and rising levels of childAuthor: Icarbord Tshabangu.
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This subject occupies the. This volume, published in honor of the Indian poet, folklorist, essayist, and linguist Ved Prakash Vatuk, showcases the work of prominent scholars who have been influenced by Vatuk’s writings on inequality and social justice in India and across the. This paper offers a critical examination of the nature of inequalities in relation to education and the pursuit of social Studies in inequality and social justice book.
It argues that assessment of educational resources and measures such as school enrolment and educational achievement are limited in what they tell us about the injustices learners may : Caroline Sarojini Hart.
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The book argues that critique and policy studies can have a transformative function, positing new dimensions for understanding the role of education policy in connection with recurrent social problems and seeking the amelioration of social inequality in ways that challenge the possibility of equity in the liberal democratic state, as well as in.
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Inequality is widely regarded as morally objectionable: T. Scanlon investigates why it matters to us. Demands for greater equality can seem puzzling, because it can be unclear what reason people have for objecting to the difference between what they have and what others have, as opposed simply to wanting to be better off.
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The contributors, an interdisciplinary group of social scientists. The fight for social justice is one that is as much about economic inequality as it is about racial inequality. LeGuin’s landmark dual Hugo and Nebula winner slots into the former category, considering the relationship between two disparate, symbiotic planets, one that embodies logical ends of extreme capitalism, and one that operates by.
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Inequality and Social Class: positionality and social congestion. The book also provides detailed discussions of the work of Pierre Bourdieu and Basil Author: Ronald Thompson.