Power and Partnership in Education: Parents, Children, and Special Educational Needs

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a
Abrams, M. and Rose, R. 9
Acland,H. 12
Adler, M. et al.24
Apple, M.W. 75 , 124
Aries, P. 72
Armstrong, D., et al.55 , 132 , 135 -6;
and Galloway, D. 19 , 59 , 135 , 137
Aronowitz, S. and Giroux, H. 77 , 124
assessment 129 , 145 , 146 , 147 ;
anxieties concerning 99 - 100 , 101 ;
child perspectives on 80 - 102 ;
and communication breakdown 43 -6;
conflicting interests 2 ;
confusion over 29 - 30 ;
disempowerment of children within 108 -10;
effects of 83 , 96 - 101 ;
fear at outcome of 98 -9;
formal procedures of 119 ;
initiation of 27 - 31 , 65 ;
and intra-family conflict 110 -14;
legal rules for 52 -3;
length of time taken for 95 -6;
multi-disciplinary 149 ;
objections to 28 ;
parents’ view about purpose of 31 -6;
perceptions of 116 -18;
procedures 15 , 20 -3, 82 , 85 -9;
purpose of 87 ;
reasons for 82 , 83 -5;
teachers’ perspectives on 134 -7;
understanding of 103 -4
Assessment of Special Educational Needs, Code of Practice (1994) 80 , 118
Association of Educational Psychologists 49
Audit Commission 106
authority 142

b
Bannister, A. et al.67
Barton, L. and Meighan, R. 66
Bauman, Z. 127
behaviour 109 -10, 116 ;
causal accounts of 32 -3, 128 -32;
disruptive 32 , 128 -32, 138 ;
disturbed 5 , 32 , 128 -32, 137 , 138 ;
normal 32 , 127 , 129
Blumer, H. 56
Booth, T. and Statham, J. 14
Bowles, S. and Gintis, H. 124
British Dyslexia Association 126
British Psychological Society 125
Burgess, R. 55
Butler-Sloss, E. 69

c
Callaghan, James 23
care 72 , 73 -4, 91 , 120
Carr-Saunders, A.M. and Wilson, P.A. 121
causality 130
Charon, J.M. 56
Chaudhury, A. 21
child abuse 67 -8
childhood identities:
historical perspective 72 -3;
resistance, consensus, reproduction in schools 75 ;
role of state in construction of 73 -4
children 147 ;
and accounts of causality 108 -9;
and assessment 82 , 85 -9, 108 -10;
culpability of 130 ;
and decision-making 82 , 90 -2, 103 ;
effects of assessment on 83 , 96 - 101 ;
experience of 4 - 5 ;

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