In this volume, international contributors address key issues in the philosophy of education, touching on significant contemporary concerns and demonstrating the breadth and influence of John White’s work. Each chapter critically examines, builds on, and pays tribute to John White’s unique contribution, considering how his work has impacted on the discipline of education as we know it today.
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Education, Philosophy and Wellbeing will appeal to postgraduate students and academics in the fields of history, policy, education studies, and philosophy, as well as to policy-makers, educational administrators and teachers.
Judith Suissa is Reader in Philosophy of Education at the Institute of Education, University of London, UK.
Carrie Winstanley is Principal Lecturer in the School of Education, Roehampton University, London, UK.
Roger Marples is Principal Lecturer in the School of Education, Roehampton University, London, UK.
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Chapter 5: Finalising Your Research Question, Dissertation 'Type' And Considering Ethics
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