Social Justice, Education, and Identity

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Index
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a
access funding 77 -8
apprenticeships 138
asian girls, expectations 80n4
associational justice 19

b
Ball, S.J. 71
Barth, F. 168
Barton, Angie 153 -4
Bauman, Z. 47
beaconisation 215
Beck, U 51 , 57 -8
Berking, H. 45
Bernstein, B 44 , 220
Billig, M. 166
Bloomer, M. 70
bodily practices 137 ;
as gender markers 140 -42, 149
Bonnet, Alastair 20 , 21
Bourdieu, P 32 , 46 , 53 , 57 , 59 , 105 , 117 n3, 172 , 212 -13, 220
Brantlinger, E. 44
Brechtian pedagogy 24 -6, 27
Brown, D. 144
Brown, P. 103
bureaucratic systems 188 , 190 -91, 190t, 194t, 196t

c
C&Y (Community and Youth Studies) 68 -9, 71 -2, 73 , 79
children, ethnic identities 166 -8, 175t;
awareness 174t, 175t;
cultural markers 172 -4, 179 -80;
development 174 -9;
middle classes 181 n4;
practice implications 179 -81;
preferences 172 -4, 173t;
prejudices 174 -9, 175t;
proactive approaches 180 ;
research debate 166 -7;
study methodology 170 -72, 181 n2
choice:
anxieties 54 -5;
biographies 115 -16;
ethical principles 34 -5;
post-16 67 -8;
of schools 34 -8;
situated principles 35 -7, 35t
Citizen School 20 , 26 -7
class, and gender 105 -6;
higher education and 52 -3;
identities 51 -2
class opposition, masculinity as 102 -6
Cohen, A.P. 47
Coleman J.S. 212
collectivity 37 -8
communitarianism 30
communities of practice 137 -40;
reification 139
community development processes 90 , 93
Community and Youth Studies (C&Y) 68 -9, 71 -2, 73 , 79
comprehensive ideal 36
Connell, R.W. 103 , 108
consumerism 190t, 191 , 194t, 196t, 203 -4
Council of Industry and Higher Education 62
critique from above 15 - 16
cultural justice 18 - 19
cultural politics 21

d
deindustrialisation, and masculinities 112
Dewar, A. 147
Disability Discrimination Act 187
distributive justice 18
Dreyfus, H.L. 32 -3
duality of the self 53 , 58

e
economic individualisms 31 -2

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