Inclusive communities [electronic resource] : a critical reader / edited by Andrew Azzopardi and Shaun Grech.
- 1st ed. 2012.
- Rotterdam ; Boston : Sense Publishers, c2012.
- Studies in inclusive education (Sense Publishers) ; v. 16.
Studies in inclusive education ; v. 16
1 online resource (239 p.)
- Inclusive education.
- Electronic books.
- The term "Inclusive Communities" has increasingly featured in recent years, at policy, practice and theoretical levels, drawing from different disciplinary standpoints. Much of this has been spurred by efforts at understanding the exclusions confronted by certain populations, to develop the notion of and mechanisms by which communities can include those who are marginalised and/or oppressed, and in some contexts to 'bring back' community as something real or imagined. In spite of this, this deceptive term remains shrouded in epistemological darkness, conveniently endorsed but often little theorised and less understood. This text provides an exciting introductory textbook, drawing academics, policy makers and activists from various fields to theorise, create new and innovative conceptual platforms and develop further the hybrid idea of inclusive communities.
- Preliminary Material / Andrew Azzopardi and Shaun Grech
Introduction / Shaun Grech and Andrew Azzopardi
Understanding Communities / Rebecca Lawthom and Pauline Whelan
Community Development’s Radical Agenda / Margaret Ledwith
Spaces for Inclusive Communities / Andrew Azzopardi
People Like Us / Mark Vicars
Disability, Communities of Poverty and the Global South / Shaun Grech
Negotiating Stigmatized Identities and Overcoming Barriers to Inclusion in the Transition to Adulthood / Marilyn Clark
Latin American Women and Inclusion in Public and Private Communities / Monica Rankin
Economics, Game Theory and Disability Studies / Toshiji Kawagoe and Akihiko Matsui
Female Asylum Seekers Living in Malta / Maria Pisani
The Value of Mutual Support through Client Communities in the Design of Psychiatric Treatment and Rehabilitation Programs / James M. Mandiberg and Richard Warner
Beyond Networked Individualism and Trivial Pursuit / Alex Grech
Please, Just Call Us Parents / Alessandro Pratesi
New Frontiers in Research / Anne Kellock
Decolonizing Methodology / Dan Goodley and Katherine Runswick-Cole.
- Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references.
- Azzopardi, Andrew.
- Publisher Number:
- 10.1007/978-94-6091-849-0 doi
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