The Educationalisation of Social Problems and the Educationalisation of Educational Research: The Example of Citizenship Education

Part of the Educational Research book series (EDRE, volume 3)

Since the introduction of citizenship education in England in 1990, educational research on this topic has proliferated and activity increased further when citizenship education became a compulsory part of the National Curriculum in 2002.


Social Problem Social Justice Educational Research Inclusive Education Citizenship Education 
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  1. 1.Institute of EducationLondon

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