Theorising Special Education

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INDEX

a
Abberley, P. 22 ;
materialist perspective 128 -9;
social creationist perspective 23 -4
ability training models (ATMs) 110 -11
Accelerated Schools Project 18
action research:
critics and supporters 14 - 17 ;
reflective process of inquiry 13 - 17 ;
studying schools from within 17 - 20
Adelman, C. 16
AIDS/HIV 81
Ainscow, Mel 89 ;
behavioural approach 96 ;
practice-based research 41 , 124 , 125
Allan, Julie 85
Allstaedt, I. 147
Angeles, P.:
reductionist fallacy 95
aptitude-treatment-interaction (ATI) 110 -11
archaeology 27
Archibald, W. 84
Aristotle 74
Armstrong, Derrick 89
Aspin, D. 96
assessment:
ability training models (ATMs) 110 -11;
Foucault's tool box 28 ;
functional 47 -8;
intelligence quotient 109 ;
issues in psychological model 54 -8;
learning model 87 ;
medical model 53 -4;
task analysis 109 , 111
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) 84 ;
inclusion and exclusion debate 132 -3;
intervention 63
Audit Commission Report 73
Australia:
ADHD incidence 133 ;
defining special education 46
autism:
diagnostic language 68 - 70 ;
language-intervention programmes 70

b
Bailey, Jeff 59
Ball, S. 135
Ballard, K. 150 , 151
Barnes, Colin:
on policy making 127
Bartolome, L.I. 10
Barton, L. 95 , 127 ;
inclusion and exclusion 76 ;
oppression of disabled 25 , 31 ;
policies and slogans 24 ;
post-positivism 161 ;
special needs as euphemism 131
Bayliss, Phil 99 , 139
Becker, Howard 39
behaviour:
cause and effect 12 - 13 ;
exclusion from mainstream for 32 , 81 , 84 , 131 -4;
frame of reference 84 ;
relation to adult incarceration 134
behaviourist model 44 -5, 64 -5;
curriculum underdeveloped 96 ;
functionalist assumptions 138 -9;
out of mainstream education 96 ;
reductionist paradigm 94 -5;
use in China 122 -4
Berger, P. 68 , 72 ;
intervention 63
Bernstein, B. 126 , 129
Berstein, R.J. 105
Bertness, Henry 45
Bhaskar, Roy 64 ;
transitive aspects of science 66 -8
Blair, Tony 135
Blenkin, G. 96
blindness and visual impairment:
OU student's experience with Michael 118 -19
Bodna, B. 134
Booth, Tony 127 ;
interdisciplinary approach 125 ;

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