Social Justice Pedagogy

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Social Justice Pedagogy

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Bibliography

  • Applebaum, B. (2008). "Doesn't my experience count?" white students, the authority of experience and social justice pedagogy. Race, Ethnicity and Education, 11(4), 405-414.Permalink.svg Permalink
  • Bettez, S. C. (2011). Building critical communities amid the uncertainty of social justice pedagogy in the graduate classroom. Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 33(1), 76-106.Permalink.svg Permalink
  • Beyerbach, B., & Davis, R. D. (2011). Activist art in social justice pedagogy: Engaging students in glocal issues through the arts. counterpoints: Studies in the postmodern theory of education. volume 403 Peter Lang New York.Permalink.svg Permalink
  • Cammarota, J. (2011). From hopelessness to hope: Social justice pedagogy in urban education and youth development. Urban Education, 46(4), 828-844.Permalink.svg Permalink
  • Gibson, R. (1999). Paulo freire and pedagogy for social justice. Theory and Research in Social Education, 27(2), 129-59.Permalink.svg Permalink
  • Jackson, L. (2008). Dialogic pedagogy for social justice: A critical examination. Studies in Philosophy and Education, 27(2-3), 137-148.Permalink.svg Permalink
  • McLaren, P. (2010). A critical pedagogy of social justice for today's workers. Teacher Education and Practice, 23(4), 482-487.Permalink.svg Permalink


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