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|Title:||Conversations across disability and difference: Teacher education seeking inclusion|
Gabel, Susan L
|Citation:||Allan J (2006) Conversations across disability and difference: Teacher education seeking inclusion. In: Danforth Scot, Gabel Susan L (ed.). Vital Questions Facing Disability Studies in Education. Disability Studies in Education, Volume 2, New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, Oxford, Wien: Peter Lang, pp. 347-362.|
|Keywords:||disability studies in education|
philosophers of difference
|Series/Report no.:||Disability Studies in Education, Volume 2|
|Abstract:||This paper is directed at the scholars who locate themselves within the field of disability studies in education, which Leonard Davis (1997) reminds us is both a field of inquiry and a political activity. It begins by exploring the relationship between disability and other arenas of exclusion, including race, ethnicity, gender, religion, class and sexual orientation. It then considers ways in which scholars might be able to use disability studies in education to promote and extend conversations across these different contexts in their writing and research and in teacher education.|
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