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    Civic Learning, Democratic Citizenship and the Public Sphere

    £80.99 £89.99
    Civic Learning, Democratic Citizenship and the Public Sphere

    Conceptual Change

    £116.99 £129.99
    This gave Binkley the rather unusual and challenging task of providing a suitable Sellarsian answer to a question not of his own asking - for Binkley's paper was written under Sellars' original title.

    Early Childhood Grows Up

    £80.99 £89.99
    This book covers early years education and its practitioners, who face such fundamental questions as whether their field of work is a profession at all. The authors recap the early years education debate, and analyze the wider socio-political forces at work.

    Educational Research with Our Youngest

    £80.99 £89.99
    This ground-breaking book describes the spectrum of methods used by researchers to approach, access, understand and interpret infant voices. Researchers, children, teachers and parents explore the ethical considerations and dilemmas that arise along the way.

    Epistemic Fluency and Professional Education: Innovation, Knowledgeable Action and Working Knowledge

    £71.10 £79.00
    This book draws on a 4-year study of boundaries between university-based professional education and professional practice, analysing the epistemic nature of professional work and identifying sources of capability needed for people to engage successfully in it.

    Handbook of the Sociology of Mental Health 2ed

    £224.99 £249.99
    Handbook of the Sociology of Mental Health

    The Social, Cultural, and Political Discourses of Autism

    £80.99 £89.99
    Taking up a social constructionist position, this book illustrates the social and cultural construction of autism as made visible in everyday, educational, institutional and historical discourses, alongside a careful consideration of the bodily and material realities of embodied differences.

    The Social, Cultural, and Political Discourses of Autism

    £80.99 £89.99
    Taking up a social constructionist position, this book illustrates the social and cultural construction of autism as made visible in everyday, educational, institutional and historical discourses, alongside a careful consideration of the bodily and material realities of embodied differences.

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