Towards socially just pedagogies: Deleuzoguattarian critical disability studies

  title={Towards socially just pedagogies: Deleuzoguattarian critical disability studies},
  author={Dan Goodley},
  journal={International Journal of Inclusive Education},
  pages={317 - 334}
  • D. Goodley
  • Published 1 May 2007
  • Philosophy
  • International Journal of Inclusive Education
Socially just pedagogies call for sensitivity to politics and culture. In this paper I will uncover some key challenges in relation to working pedagogically with disabled people through the exploration of a critical disability studies perspective. First, I will unpack some of the assumptions that underpin educational understandings of ‘disability’ and ‘impairment’, suggesting that we need to engage more willingly with politicized and socially constructed ideas in relation to these phenomena… 
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