(Victoria, former “dropout”)2 Experiencing Marginalization at School It is
incumbent upon us to seek to learn and come to know how our diverse youth see
themselves and make sense of their marginalization experiences as well as to ...
Author: Kate Tilleczek
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
Youth, Education, and Marginality: Local and Global Expressions is a close examination of the lives of marginalized young people in schools. Essays by scholars and educators provide international insights grounded in educational and community practice and policy. They cover the range and intersections of marginalization: poverty, Aboriginal cultures, immigrants and newcomers, gay/lesbian youth, rural—urban divides, mental health, and so forth. Presenting challenges faced by marginalized youth alongside initiatives for mitigating their impact, the contributors critique existing systems and engage in a dialogue about where to go from here. Youth poetry, prose, and visual art complement the essays.
London : RoutledgeFalmer , pp44 - 53 Reiss , MJ ( 2005b ) Biology , teaching of .
In Sears , JT ( ed ) Youth , Education , and Sexualities : An International
Encyclopedia , Volume One , A - J . Westport : Greenwood , pp81 - 84 Roberts , C
( 2002 ) ...
Author: Michael Jonathan Reiss
Publisher: Trentham Books Limited
This collection brings together analyses from a range of educational contexts around the world of the ways in which notions of identity and difference, belonging and exclusion are constructed within and beyond the context of education. Three key themes link the chapters within the book: · current policy and practice in education and educational research; · educational imperialism and its legacy; · cultures and sub-cultures within and beyond educational contexts. Part One, Educational Policy and Practice: Internal Colonisations, explores what might be described as the "internal" colonization of education by a certain set of hegemonic ideas and practices--practices which the authors in this book set out collectively to resist. In Part Two, Educational Imperialism and its Legacy, the focus turns to "external" imperialism within education. In Part Three, Culture and Subculture Within and Beyond Education, notions of space, place and identity are interwoven with linguistic, symbolic and material cultural markers. The contributors are Elizabeth Atkinson, Stephen Ball, Renée DePalma, Stephen Dobson, David Gough, Ruby Greene, Jennifer Lavia, Ahmad Nazari, Carrie Paechter, Michael Reiss, John Storey, Takako Takano, Maddalena Taras, Carol Vincent and Deborah Youdell. The book is intended for academics, for students working at Masters level and above and for education professionals and policy makers and will also appeal to scholars working in education and those involved in interdisciplinary work or working in the fields of sociology, cultural studies and sociolinguistics.
While secondary and higher education of youth has expanded in the region , a
large portion of the youth population still has no effective access to formal
secondary education . According to a 1986 ESCWA estimate the school
enrolment rates ...
This book examines the associated experiences of school bullying and violence among vulnerable and marginalized youth.
Author: Anthony A. Peguero
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book examines the associated experiences of school bullying and violence among vulnerable and marginalized youth. It discusses the effects of diversity and disparities in youth’s experiences with bullying. Among these are socioeconomic and social status, family cohesion and interactions, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, race, ethnicity, immigration, religion, and disabilities and special health needs. The book describes the ways in which a social-ecological framework can inform the problem and address school bullying. It addresses not only individual, intrapersonal, and environmental factors of bullying, but also discusses distal level factors and conditions that are specifically relevant to youth (e.g., culture and law). In addition, this volume contextualizes relevant multilevel factors that foster or inhibit bullying victimization among vulnerable and historically marginalized children and adolescents who are faced with cumulative social stratification. Key areas of coverage include: The role of the family (parents and guardians, siblings) – its cohesion and interactions – in school bullying. Race, ethnicity, immigration, and religion and school bullying of marginalized and at-risk youth. Victimization of students with physical, emotional, and learning disorders. Bullying and victimization of vulnerable youth in the court systems. School Bullying is an essential resource for researchers, clinicians and other practitioners, graduate students, and policymakers across such disciplines as child and school psychology, social work and counseling, pediatrics and school nursing, educational policy and politics, and all interrelated disciplines.
Library of Congress Cataloging - in - Publication Data Beyond progress and marginalization : LGBTQ youth in educational contexts / edited by Corrine C.
Bertram , M. Sue Crowley , Sean G. Massey . p . cm . – ( Adolescent cultures , school and ...
Author: Corrine C. Bertram
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
Category: Social Science
Over time, two competing narratives have emerged to represent the experiences of LGBTQ youth, emphasizing either significant improvement or continued victimization and marginalization. This volume examines those conflicting narratives as they play out in educational settings, both formal and informal. Particular emphasis is placed on LGBTQ youths' own expressions and representations, revealing the extent to which both oppression and opportunity interact to influence their still-emergent identities. Coming of age at the tail end of the «culture wars», these young people are situated within layers of influence across family, peers, schools, communities, and media. The simultaneous, fluid contexts of opportunity and oppression that LGBTQ youth negotiate are highlighted throughout this book in the youths' own words, which often reveal a level of epistemological complexity that their elders would be wise to consider.
Some primary workers may I ' ve been not only struck , but at times believe that youth education is the overwhelmed , by the marginality of only legitimate
purpose of the organiour enterprise . zation . While people who work in Marginality as ...
Author: National Council of Welfare (Canada)Publish On: 2007
20. http://www.foryouth.ca/resources/downloads/empowering report.pdf Metcalfe, Education for Marginalized Youth, p. 20. Paul Maxim and Jerry White, “School
Completion and Workforce Transitions," in Aboriginal Policy Research: Moving ...
Author: National Council of Welfare (Canada)
Publisher: National Council of Teachers of English
First Nations, Métis and Inuit Children and Youth: Time to Act provides a portrait of Aboriginal peoples from the perspective of the communities and social connections on which children and youth depend.
Descriptors—Adult Basic Education, Adult Learning, *Adult Literacy, Comparative
Analysis, Definitions, Developed Nations, Developing Nations, ... Chile, Europe, *
Information Age, International Surveys, Marginalized Groups, New Zealand,
United States Data drawn from 3 cycles of data collection for the ... (MN) ED 449
363 CE 081 289 Preparing Youth for the 21st Century: The Transition from Education ...
Author: Education and Early Childhood Development ProgrammePublish On: 1997
Increased primary school gross enrolment rate among marginalized groups to at
least 70 % for boys and girls by 2001 . 2 . A model alternative education system
developed , reaching a minimum of 5 , 000 out - of - phase / out - ofschool youth ...
Author: Education and Early Childhood Development Programme
Youth, Non-formal Training and Employment in Lusaka Wim H. M. L. Hoppers.
Maton , J . ( 1969 ) ' Experience ... McQueen , A . ( 1968 ) ' Education and Marginality of African Youth ' - in Journal of Social Issues , 24 : 179 - 79 . Peil , M .
( 1970a ) ...
Education and Education Planning for a Post-apartheid-society in South Africa :
Report of the Berlin Conference, ... There is still the marginalized youth , who
have been cadres of the political struggle , and forced out of the schools , but who
This chapter examines three critical questions related to the education of marginalized youth in Brazil: 1) To what extent did government policy from 1995–
1999 prioritize the education of marginalized youth? 2) What alternative models
exist for ...
Author: Gustavo Fischman
This book seeks to offer the most up-to-date and relevant sample of contemporary research on Latin American education, by inviting the reader to understand the complexities, heterogenetics, nightmares, dreams, crisis and promises of education in the region.
Similarly , youth may be marginal in one social domain but not in others , e.g. ,
not marginal in school or home but marginal at economic production . Important
in the analysis of youth marginality is the assessment of whether ( and to what ...
Author: Y. C. Simhadri
Papers presented at the International Seminar on Youth, Peace, and Development, held during 6-10 March 1989 at Andhra University.
An early childhood programme can be considered an educational inclusion
programme for marginalized populations if it ... Other educational programmes
that seek to assist marginalized children and youth in achieving basic education
9 Becoming Marginal * Robert L . Sinclair and Ward J . Ghory Youth who do not
succeed in school become marginal learners . The strained relationship that they
develop with the educational environment leads others to view them as deviant ...
The aim of the Law of a family register were a conscription , a collection of taxes ,
public peace , an education system . ... Japan Youth Kansai ; Executive
Committee for Kansai Christ Youth Assembly , Living as a Natural Myself -
Thinking of ...
Author: Werner Ustorf
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
The rethinking of Christianity has a long tradition in Asia. This volume explores current theological trends and shifts in the perception of Christianity, mainly in China, Japan and Korea. The contributions come from east and west alike and address the question of the emergent shape of Christianity in the light of the experience of marginality and the search for identity. The theologies that play on the streets (for example Korean folklore and the Minjung Congregation Movement, the Buraku of Japan, the Confucian Christ in China and its so-called Culture Christians) are represented as well as programmatic theological discourses struggling with globalization and hegemonic images of Christ. Some of the contributors such as Kim Yong-Bock and R.S. Sugirtharajah are themselves exponents of new ways of Christian thought.
For the most part these are persons with considerable education or marketable
skills that qualify them for professional careers ... The East India Company did
little to provide educational facilities for Anglo - Indian children or youth . When
The suggestions offered here are meant to reshape secondary classrooms to
offer literacies that connect to students ' lives and to reposition marginalized youth in classrooms and schools . First , listen to and watch young people in a
variety of ...
Author: Richard David Robinson
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This issues text presents current information on critical trends and developments in literacy education to help students choose and articulate their own informed approach to reading education. Issues and Trends in Literacy Education, Third Edition, continues to present a wide variety of opinions and positions in all crucial aspects of reading and writing education. This new edition includes up-to-date discussions on current topics such as reading assessment, the use of technology in reading, and adolescent literacy, among others. Renowned authors Dick Robinson, Mike McKenna, and Judy Wedman gear students to success by presenting scrupulously researched material that meets the NCATE/International Reading Association requirements for accreditation of graduate reading programs.
The relational dimension of 'effective schooling' for marginalized young women
Kitty te Riele in Australia, as in other industrialized countries, youth and education policies have aimed at extending the time young people spend in
Author: Julie McLeod
This collection of ground-breaking international essays address the educational, social, work and biographical experiences of young women who are routinely constructed as ‘at risk’ and on the margins. Drawing on research from an international range of scholars, this book brings together important new perspectives on the gendered dimensions of social exclusion and educational marginalisation. It offers practitioners as well as researchers insights into how to ‘research’ social marginalisation and reflections on projects and programmes that have attempted to do so. Chapters investigate key topics such as: early school leaving indigenous young women and schooling pregnant and parenting young women at school constructions of health, subjectivity and social class the politics of ethnicity. Provocative and insightful, this book will make interesting reading to students and post-graduate students of education, youth studies, gender studies, sociology and social work.