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Comparing special education : origins to contemporary paradoxes

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Stanford University Press, Stanford, Calif., p.346 (2011)

Call Number:

Cubb LC3965 .R43 2011

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9198804

Keywords:

Special education--Cross-cultural studies

Abstract:

Contents: Introduction : from origins to contemporary paradoxes in special education -- Ideas and institutions : the enlightenments, human nature, and disability -- Economic change, state-making, and citizenship -- The global institution of special education -- Historical models and social logics of special education systems -- Institutionalizing special education systems and their divergence over the twentieth century -- Special education participation and the simultaneous rise of segregation and inclusion -- Rights, liberties and education in "least" and "most" restrictive settings : contrasting futures of public education and juvenile justice -- Between global intentions and national resistance : from special education to inclusive education?

Publication Language:

eng