interactive troubles, exclusion, inclusion, suspension, expulsion, becoming somebody, reproduction theory
Responding to interactive troubles in schools can create processes of exclusion and marginalization. Certain basic assumptions can become knitted into school culture in ways that give rise to specific exclusionary practices. However, it does not have to be this way. Inclusionary ways of responding to interactive troubles can also be produced, given a school culture that nurtures relational ways of engagement. This article presents such relational practices and argues thoroughly for their use.
Lund, Gro E. and Winslade, John M.
"Responding to Interactive Troubles – Implications for School Culture,"
Wisdom in Education: Vol. 8
, Article 1.
Available at: http://scholarworks.lib.csusb.edu/wie/vol8/iss1/1
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