'Community as dialogue' and 'dialogical community development' with(in) schools

Westoby, Peter and Morris, Ken (2011). 'Community as dialogue' and 'dialogical community development' with(in) schools. In Dorothy Bottrell and Susan Goodwin (Ed.), Schools, communities and social inclusion (pp. 140-155) South Yarra, VIC, Australia: Palgrave Macmillan.

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Author Westoby, Peter
Morris, Ken
Title of chapter 'Community as dialogue' and 'dialogical community development' with(in) schools
Title of book Schools, communities and social inclusion
Place of Publication South Yarra, VIC, Australia
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
Publication Year 2011
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
ISBN 9781420256451
Editor Dorothy Bottrell
Susan Goodwin
Chapter number 10
Start page 140
End page 155
Total pages 16
Total chapters 20
Collection year 2012
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Schools, Communities and Social Inclusion presents new research and practice in school–community engagement in Australia and New Zealand, providing a conceptual analysis of the role of schools, families and communities in facilitating collaboration for education, community development and social inclusion.

Advocating school–community engagement as a means of addressing educational and social inequities, Schools, Communities and Social Inclusion promotes the core principles of trust, respect, recognition, participation, cultural responsiveness, taking time and the redistribution of power and resources.

Organised around six key themes, this engaging and accessible resource uses projects, case studies, strategies and reflections on practice to identify school–community connections for students and practitioners in education and social work. [Book summary from publisher]
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