Inclusive Communities

A Critical Reader

  • Andrew Azzopardi
  • Shaun Grech

Part of the Studies in Inclusive Education book series (STUIE, volume 16)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Shaun Grech, Andrew Azzopardi
    Pages 1-9
  3. Rebecca Lawthom, Pauline Whelan
    Pages 11-22
  4. Margaret Ledwith
    Pages 23-39
  5. Andrew Azzopardi
    Pages 41-54
  6. Mark Vicars
    Pages 55-68
  7. Toshiji Kawagoe, Akihiko Matsui
    Pages 119-131
  8. Maria Pisani
    Pages 133-148
  9. Alessandro Pratesi
    Pages 183-198
  10. Anne Kellock
    Pages 199-214
  11. Dan Goodley, Katherine Runswick-Cole
    Pages 215-232

About this book

Introduction

The term "Inclusive Communities" has increasingly featured in recent years, at policy, practice and theoretical levels, drawing from different disciplinary standpoints. Much of this has been spurred by efforts at understanding the exclusions confronted by certain populations, to develop the notion of and mechanisms by which communities can include those who are marginalised and/or oppressed, and in some contexts to 'bring back' community as something real or imagined. In spite of this, this deceptive term remains shrouded in epistemological darkness, conveniently endorsed but often little theorised and less understood. This text provides an exciting introductory textbook, drawing academics, policy makers and activists from various fields to theorise, create new and innovative conceptual platforms and develop further the hybrid idea of inclusive communities.

Keywords

inclusive education educational policy

Editors and affiliations

  • Andrew Azzopardi
    • 1
  • Shaun Grech
    • 2
  1. 1.University of MaltaMalta
  2. 2.Manchester Metropolitan UniversityUK

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