|1 Introducing the issue of theorising|
|CATHERINE CLARK, |
|ALAN DYSON AND |
|2 Would it work in theory?: arguments for practitioner research and theorising in the special needs field|
|3 Permission to speak?: theorising special education inside the classroom|
|JULIE ALLAN, |
|SALLY BROWN AND |
|4 From theory to practice: special education and the social relations of academic production|
|DERRICK ARMSTRONG, |
|FELICITY ARMSTRONG AND |
|5 Medical and psychological models in special needs education|
|6 Models of complexity: theory-driven intervention practices|
|7 The poverty of special education: theories to the rescue?|
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Book title: Theorising Special Education.
Contributors: Catherine Clark - Editor, Alan Dyson - Editor, Alan Millward - Editor.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 1998.
Page number: v.
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