Democratic Education as Inclusion

Editorial: Lexington Books
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Democratic Education as Inclusion

Democratic Education as Inclusion

Editorial: Lexington Books
ISBN
7a6249e8-1cd5-3248-82bf-0221f80604c0
pPolitical and social expectations are often stymied and distorted by individual and communal identitiescreating vastly incongruent and unrelated lived experiences, often within the same context. emDemocratic Education as Inclusion/em explores how the existence and enactments of diversity continue to present ubiquitous epicenters of misreading, misrecognition, and missed opportunities for peaceful co-existencewhether in established, or nascent democracies. Nuraan Davids and Yusef Waghid study how the public sphere has never held the same meaning to all individuals or groups. As such, there are deep implications for differentiated experiences of citizenship, between those who are included in the center of the sphere, and those who are excluded on the margins. This book explains the dyadic relationship between inclusion and exclusion and how it is not limited to the public sphere, or to broader conceptions of democratic citizenship. It is as apparent in educational settings, presenting under-explored complexities not only for teaching and learning, but for the life experiences of participants in teaching-learning. Often the foundational norms put into place during educational initiations become the primary determinants of how young people conceive of themselves as citizens, and how they conceive of themselves in relation to others./p
  • Categoría BISAC EDU020000
  • Formato Ebook
  • Idioma Inglés
  • Año 2022
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