The expansion of the European Union in May 2004 through the entry of ten countries from central and eastern Europe has generated considerable media interest. This book offers an analysis of the social and cultural processes bound up with migration flows between Britain and Bulgaria and places these flows in the wider European perspective.
This book remains one of the masterpieces of socialist literature. While many today believe there is no alternative to global capitalism, this book is a timely and forceful statement of an opposing view.
This is a study of understanding in a second language, related to the actual lives of minority workers. The focus is on everyday interactions between these workers and the bureaucrats of the society in which they are now resident.
Enables new students to understand the basic concepts of sport skills acquisition. This book contains chapters that cover important theoretical background and show how this theory can be applied through practical examples from the world of sport. It is aimed at students and teachers in physical education, sport studies and sports science courses.
Can action research make the project of inclusive education easier? This book provides a practical guide to ways in which research can genuinely help dismantle discriminatory and exclusionary practices. It has insider accounts of action research to help challenge readers' assumptions.
Action Research: Principles and Practice discusses the importance for educators of understanding their own work and shows how their educative influence can lead to the development of good orders in formal and informal learning settings and in the wider community.