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“Student Voice” and Governmentality: The production of enterprising subjects?
“Student voice” is now taking a more central role in educational policy, guidance and thinking. As it does so, however, it becomes less clear how to interpret it: it can perhaps no longer be seen asExpand
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‘But I listen to children anyway!’—teacher perspectives on pupil voice
This paper explores the perspectives of teachers who initially observed, and later came to participate in, a pupil voice initiative in a primary school. Such ‘marginal’ points of view are oftenExpand
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Consuming children: Education-entertainment-advertising
Les A. commentent le livre de Jane Kenway et Elizabeth Bullen Consuming children: education-entertainment-advertising (Enfants consommateurs: education-divertissement-publicite) 2001. Il s'ouvre surExpand
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Young People, Sex and the Media: The Facts of Life?
Are children today growing up too soon? How do they - and their parents - feel about media portrayals of sex and personal relationships? Are the media a corrupting influence, or a potentiallyExpand
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Factors influencing the transfer of good practice
The views expressed in this report are the authors' and do not necessarily reflect those of the Department for Education and Skills. 2.1 Relationships and trust 8 2.11 Prior relationships 8 2.12Expand
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Students as Researchers: Making a difference
This pack contains examples of students conducting enquiries into learning and the conditions of learning at classroom and school level, evidence of the impact of their work, and guidance about ways of providing basic training in research. Expand
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Consulting Young People: a literature review
(From the Foreword by series editors) This literature review highlights why young learners should be listened to, and explains how to go about it to generate genuine dialogue and collaboration. ItExpand
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Too much too young? Young people, sexual media and learning
[About the book] This book uncovers the significant impact that striptease culture is having on our media, relationships, educational and working lives. It is a welcome and much needed book.Expand
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‘Having a real debate’: using media as a resource in sex education
This article describes the genesis, development and evaluation of Media Relate, a project and teaching pack about media images of sex and relationships for use in school sex and relationshipExpand
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