Volume 3 2006

Impossible Bodies, Impossible Selves: Exclusions and Student Subjectivities

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-4548-6 (Print) 978-1-4020-4549-3 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Subjectivity and Exclusion

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 5-5

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      Book Chapter

      Pages 7-31

      Who's in and who's out? Inclusion and exclusion, globalised education policy, and inequality

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      Pages 33-51

      Rendering subjects: Theorising the production of the Self

  2. Researching Subjects

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 53-53

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      Book Chapter

      Pages 55-73

      Researching subjectivity and educational exclusions

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      Book Chapter

      Pages 75-94

      Names and practices: making subjects in/of school

  3. Educational Exclusions: Bad Students, and Impossible Learners

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 95-101

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      Book Chapter

      Pages 103-110

      Excluded White-working-class-hetero-adult-masculinity

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      Pages 111-118

      Excluded White-working-class-hetero-(un)femininity

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      Pages 119-124

      Excluded Black femininity

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      Pages 125-133

      Excluded ‘specialness’ (White-working class-hetero-(hyper-masculinity)

  4. Navigating Educational Inclusions and Exclusions

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 135-136

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      Pages 137-142

      Included and excluded? Middle class-White-queer-high ability-alternative youth-culture/Working class-White-Black-hetero-low ability-mainstream youth-culture

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      Pages 143-148

      Included learners, impossible girls: The incommensurability of Indian-ness and desirable femininity

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      Pages 149-154

      Included students, impossible boys: The ‘racing’ and ‘specialing’ of (un-)masculinity

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      Book Chapter

      Pages 155-161

      Intelligible impossibility: The (un-)feminine subject-hood of a ‘geeza-girl’

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      Pages 163-167

      Good students, acceptable learners, intelligible girls: Class, race, gender, sexuality and the adornment of feminine bodies

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      Pages 169-172

      Between good and bad student, between acceptable and unacceptable learner

  5. Interrupting Exclusions

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 173-173

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      Book Chapter

      Pages 175-186

      Practicing performative politics for inclusive education