The work of Nancy Fraser and a socially just education system

Mills, Martin (2013). The work of Nancy Fraser and a socially just education system. In Beverly J. Irby, Genevieve Brown, Rafael Lara-Aiecio and Shirley A. Jackson (Ed.), The Handbook of Educational Theories (pp. 1027-1034) Charlotte, NC, USA: Information Age Publishing.

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Author Mills, Martin
Title of chapter The work of Nancy Fraser and a socially just education system
Title of book The Handbook of Educational Theories
Place of Publication Charlotte, NC, USA
Publisher Information Age Publishing
Publication Year 2013
Sub-type Chapter in reference work, encyclopaedia, manual or handbook
Year available 2012
ISBN 9781617358661
Editor Beverly J. Irby
Genevieve Brown
Rafael Lara-Aiecio
Shirley A. Jackson
Chapter number 92
Start page 1027
End page 1034
Total pages 8
Total chapters 101
Collection year 2014
Language eng
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The work of Nancy Fraser has been critical for those working in research fields concerned with social justice and education (see for example, Cribb & Gewirtz, 2003; Keddie, 2008; Lipman, 2008; Power & Frandji, 2010). This chapter outlines key concepts within her theories of justice, traces some of the challenges posed to her work and through the use of a case study on male teachers shows how some of her work can be used to promote an understanding of social justice problematics in the field of education.
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