Education, Equality, and Human Rights

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Index

a
Abberley, P. 125 -6
Abortion Act 13
adolescence 100 -1
age of consent 91 , 94 , 115
Ainscow, Mel 159
Aliens Act 40
Alliance for Inclusive Education 135 -6
Althusser, Louis 34 n2
Anselm, Saint 87
anti-bullying policies 95 -6
anti-discrimination 46
Anti-Nazi League 47
anti-pornography 92
anti-racism 48 - 50 , 53 , 70
anti-school behaviour 28
Apple, Michael 193 , 194 , 195
Aristotle 127
Arnot, M. 26 , 29 , 30 , 32
Audit Commission/HMI report 146
AVERT 115

b
Baden-Powell, Robert 105 -6
Baker, Kenneth 29
Baldwin, S. 147
Banton, M. 39
Barnes, C. 118 , 146
Beane, James 193 , 194 , 195
Beechey,V. 16
Benefits Integrity Project 126
Benkert, Karoly Maria 80
Benn, C. 192
Beveridge Report 41 -2
Bibbings, L. 113
Biddle, G. 105
Biklen,D. 136
bilingualism 64 -5, 67 -8, 73 n12
black people 44 , 66 -8, 72 n5, 92 ;
see also racism
Black People’s Alliance 44 , 45
Blair, M. 67 -8
Blasius, M. 78 , 79 , 84
blind children 144
Blunkett, David 141 -2
Blythe, E. 64
Boaler, Jo 191 -2
body 103 , 111
Bogdana, R. 136
Bolt, C. 12
Boothby, Sir Robert 89
bourgeoisie 166
boxing 102
Boyle, Sir Edward 63
Bright, Martin 33
British Council of Organizations of Disabled People 123 , 134
British Deaf Association 133
British Medical Authority 113
British Sign Language 153 -4
bullying 104 -5, 137 , 154
Burchard of Worms 88
Butler, Judith 94
Byers, Stephen 32

c
Campaign Against Racism and Fascism 47
capitalism:
class 186 -7;
class division 175 ;
exploitation 166 ;
homosexuality 92 -3;
inequality 17 -18;
mode of production 15 , 165 , 166 -7, 168 , 176 , 178 n8
Cassatt, Mary 9
Centre for Studies of Inclusive Education 151
Centres for Independent Living 134
charity:
disabled people 123 , 129 -30, 135 -6
Charlot, Bernard 188 -9, 191 , 197
Chartists 10
children/women 6 , 18 n1, 19 n10, 41 -2
Chitty, C. 192

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Gender and Equality 6
  • 2 - Gender, Education and the New Millennium 21
  • 3 - ‘race’, Racism and Resistance 39
  • 4 - Racism and Education 58
  • 5 - One of Them or One of Us? 78
  • 6 - Difficult Loves 99
  • 7 - Disability Discrimination, the Final Frontier 118
  • 8 - Special Educational Needs or Inclusive Education 141
  • 9 - Class and Class Analysis for the Twenty-First Century 162
  • 10 - Social Class and School 182
  • Index 200
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