Πέμπτη, 29 Νοεμβρίου 2012

Cambridge Journal of Education

Cambridge Journal of Education


  Vol.42, n°3, 11/2012

  The Capability Approach and Education

 
  • The capability approach and education, Caroline Sarojini Hart
  • Sen and the art of educational maintenance: evidencing a capability, as opposed to an effectiveness, approach to schooling, Anthony Kelly
  • Capabilities and the global challenges of girls’ school enrolment and women’s literacy, John Cameron
  • Inequality, capabilities and poverty in four African countries: girls’ voice, schooling, and strategies for institutional change, Elaine Unterhalter
  • Putting Nussbaum’s Capability Approach to work: re-visiting inclusion, Nicki Hedge & Alison MacKenzie
  • ‘Delivering’ education; maintaining inequality. The case of children with disabilities in Afghanistan, Jean-Francois Trani, Parul Bakhshi & Anand Nandipati
  • Choosing a life one has reason to value: the role of the arts in fostering capability development in four small urban high schools, Cindy Maguire, Corinne Donovan, Jacob Mishook, Genevieve de Gaillande & Ivonne Garcia
  • Educational leadership and the Capabilities Approach: evidence from Ghana, Michael Fertig
  • Childcare, children and capability, Hazel R. Wright
  • Individual freedom and institutional frameworks in development, Nicholas Allen
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