• Systemic Violence In Education

Systemic Violence In Education

Systemic Violence In Education

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  • Author
    Juanita Ross Epp
  • Publisher
    Suny Press
  • Publication date
    01 January 1997

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    Systemic Violence In Education

  • Author

    Juanita Ross Epp

  • Date Published

    01 January 1997

  • Publisher

    Suny Press

  • Pages

    220 pages

  • ISBN

    9781438402093

Book Description

Although compulsory schooling intends to develop the potential of all students, some students may actually be harmed by schooling practices. In this book, researchers and practitioners identify and examine various aspects of systemic violence, particularly as it is embedded in administrative and pedagogical practices. Some of these are obvious—racism, harassment, and child abuse—however, systemic violence is insidious and may reside in “common sense” practices intended to improve student performance. The authors explore some of these subtle manifestations of violence from a variety of perspectives by investigating school administration policies, pedagogical methods, labeling, classroom interaction, children’s games, and teacher reactions to child abuse.

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