Four Settings: Dividing Spaces

Part of the Inclusive Education: Cross Cultural Perspectives book series (INED, volume 1)


In this chapter I have discussed the four principle research settings which have provided much of the raw material for the issues raised in the different chapters of this book. It was in these settings and in thinking about them in relation to each other that many of the ideas and questions in this study have been developed. In discussing the four settings I have tried to draw as far as possible on the accounts of people who are closely connected to them, but recognize that what I have achieved is a very personal set of reflections and questions, rather than ‘insider accounts’. In Chapter Seven I shall focus more sharply on the role of discourse in policy making and the processes through which different discourses define and construct particular identities within particular spatialized contexts.


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