Talking Truth Confronting Power

  • Jerome Satterthwaite
  • Michael Watts
  • Heather Piper
Part of the “Trentham’s Discourse, Power, Resistance” series, this sixth volume opens with an analyses of neoliberal notions of what counts as knowledge. It also challenges the silencing of resistant voices and insists that uncomfortable, disquieting truths must be told. It is suitable for people with minds of their own, principally academics.
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  • Jerome Satterthwaite
  • Michael Watts
  • Heather Piper
Part of the “Trentham’s Discourse, Power, Resistance” series, this sixth volume opens with an analyses of neoliberal notions of what counts as knowledge. It also challenges the silencing of resistant voices and insists that uncomfortable, disquieting truths must be told. It is suitable for people with minds of their own, principally academics.

Price: £20.99

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The Scientific Merit of the Social Sciences

Implications for Research and Application

  • Cho-Yee To
The author contends that the manner in which one defines a problem determines what is done about it. To explain this he examines fundamental issues to gain an accurate definition of the problem, specifically challenging the ability of social sciences to make valid predictions.
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Implications for Research and Application

  • Cho-Yee To
The author contends that the manner in which one defines a problem determines what is done about it. To explain this he examines fundamental issues to gain an accurate definition of the problem, specifically challenging the ability of social sciences to make valid predictions.

Price: £15.99

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Riches from Wragg

  • E.C. Wragg
The fourth and finest selection of Ted Wragg’s pungent polemics on the state of education in modern Britain. His most acclaimed pieces from 1989 are here and together the sum creates an impact even greater than the parts. Ted Wragg chronicles the educational history of our times with greater effect and vastly more entertaining than any scholar before him.
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  • E.C. Wragg
The fourth and finest selection of Ted Wragg’s pungent polemics on the state of education in modern Britain. His most acclaimed pieces from 1989 are here and together the sum creates an impact even greater than the parts. Ted Wragg chronicles the educational history of our times with greater effect and vastly more entertaining than any scholar before him.

Price: £7.95

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Re-education for Employment

  • John Eggleston
  • etc.
This report of the work of self help groups of unemployed black adults was funded by the Further Education Unit of DES. It shows how effectively these groups are able to generate employment capabilities for their members and offers recommendations for the further development of such initiatives. Recommended reading for all concerned with equal opportunities in further and adult education. Includes six case studies of groups.
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  • John Eggleston
  • etc.
This report of the work of self help groups of unemployed black adults was funded by the Further Education Unit of DES. It shows how effectively these groups are able to generate employment capabilities for their members and offers recommendations for the further development of such initiatives. Recommended reading for all concerned with equal opportunities in further and adult education. Includes six case studies of groups.

Price: £10.00

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Psychology, Race Equality and Working with Children

  • Jeune Guishard-Pine
Indicates how psychology can be used by practitioners to promote racial harmony for children and reduce racial disadvantage. The contributors bring a wide range of disciplines and perspectives to their consideration of issues in initial training and continuing professional development; and research and practice for targeted ethnic groups.
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  • Jeune Guishard-Pine
Indicates how psychology can be used by practitioners to promote racial harmony for children and reduce racial disadvantage. The contributors bring a wide range of disciplines and perspectives to their consideration of issues in initial training and continuing professional development; and research and practice for targeted ethnic groups.

Price: £21.99

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The Prince of Darkness

  • E.C. Wragg
Ted Wragg has received what he believes is his most distinguished honour yet. He has been dubbed Prince of Darkness by Chief Inspector, Chris Woodhead. In this book, he challenges what he believes to be the absurdity and sheer folly that still pervades much of our education system.
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  • E.C. Wragg
Ted Wragg has received what he believes is his most distinguished honour yet. He has been dubbed Prince of Darkness by Chief Inspector, Chris Woodhead. In this book, he challenges what he believes to be the absurdity and sheer folly that still pervades much of our education system.

Price: £9.99

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Postmodernity and European Education Systems

  • David Coulby
  • Crispin Jones
Postmodernity clarifies this book by defining its base in personal values and perceptions of the future, and in political shifts like the breakdown of the nation-state and the vast growth in numbers of refugees. This allows for an analysis of education provision in the UK.
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  • David Coulby
  • Crispin Jones
Postmodernity clarifies this book by defining its base in personal values and perceptions of the future, and in political shifts like the breakdown of the nation-state and the vast growth in numbers of refugees. This allows for an analysis of education provision in the UK.

Price: £15.99

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No, Minister!

  • E.C. Wragg
Ted Wragg surpasses himself in this completely new collection of brilliant commentaries on education in modern Britain. Penetrating polemics and fantastic fun make this a bumper tonic for teachers and all concerned with the real issues in education today.
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  • E.C. Wragg
Ted Wragg surpasses himself in this completely new collection of brilliant commentaries on education in modern Britain. Penetrating polemics and fantastic fun make this a bumper tonic for teachers and all concerned with the real issues in education today.

Price: £9.99

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Mad Curriculum Disease

  • E.C. Wragg
Yet another sparkling selection of Wragg’s pungent polemic pieces. This fifth volume contains all of his most acclaimed pieces of the past year including the famous Mad Curriculum Disease commentary on the National Curriculum.
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  • E.C. Wragg
Yet another sparkling selection of Wragg’s pungent polemic pieces. This fifth volume contains all of his most acclaimed pieces of the past year including the famous Mad Curriculum Disease commentary on the National Curriculum.

Price: £7.95

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Learning and Teaching Where Worldviews Meet

  • Rosamund Sutherland
  • Guy Claxton
  • Andrew Pollard
The articles collected in this study examine how compelling, or dissonant, worldviews affect the manner in which people learn. The rhetoric of lifelong learning and globalization have created pressures that are unlikely to abate.
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  • Rosamund Sutherland
  • Guy Claxton
  • Andrew Pollard
The articles collected in this study examine how compelling, or dissonant, worldviews affect the manner in which people learn. The rhetoric of lifelong learning and globalization have created pressures that are unlikely to abate.

Price: £20.99

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