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|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Social Sciences Conference Papers and Proceedings|
|Authors: ||Munday, Ian|
|Contact Email: ||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Title: ||Derrida, Butler and an Education in Otherness|
|Editors: ||Saito, N|
|Citation: ||Munday I (2009) Derrida, Butler and an Education in Otherness In: Saito N (ed.) The Self, the Other and Language (II) : Dialogue between Philosophy and Psychology - Proceedings of the 2nd International Colloquium between the Graduate School of Education, Kyoto University (Japan) and the Institute of Education, University of London (UK) : 28 February- 1 March 2009 Kyodai Kaikan Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan: University of Kyoto Graduate School of Education. 2nd International Colloquium between the Graduate School of Education, Kyoto University (Japan) and the Institute of Education, University of London (UK), 28.2.2009 - 1.3.2009, Kyoto, Japan, pp. 57-67.|
|Issue Date: ||Dec-2009|
|Conference Name: ||2nd International Colloquium between the Graduate School of Education, Kyoto University (Japan) and the Institute of Education, University of London (UK)|
|Conference Dates: ||2009-02-28T00:00:00Z|
|Conference Location: ||Kyoto, Japan|
|Abstract: ||First paragraph: In recent years much stress has been put on accommodating 'difference' in British education. This ranges from trying to tackle assumed differences between the ways in which boys, girls and children from ethnic minorities learn, to teaching tolerance of different/other cultures. Attempts to accommodate such differences form part of a liberal/progressive approach to providing a just education that does not simply cater for the dominant group (white) or the highest achieving group (white girls). This push towards providing equitable treatment in education manifests itself in both pedagogical strategies and, more importantly for this paper, the inclusion of curricular content that will incorporate an understanding of 'other' cultures. The thinking on these issues tends to reflect a set of metaphysical assumptions about difference: differences across ethnicity and gender are seen as being 'present'.|
|Status: ||Author Version|
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