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Contribution to Book
Beyond the binaries that keep us from writing with and like children
Beyond binaries in education research
  • Shelley Kinash, Bond University
  • Kirsten Kinash
Date of this Version
1-1-2011
Document Type
Book Chapter
Publication Details

Interim status: Citation only.

Kinash, S., & Kinash, K. (In press). Beyond the binaries that keep us from writing with and like children. In W. Midgely, M. A. Tyler, P. A. Danaher & A. Mander (Eds.), Beyond binaries in education research. United Kingdom: Routledge.

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2011 HERDC submission. FoR code: 130202, 130306

© Copyright Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2011

ISBN
978-0-415-88512-6
Abstract
Beyond Binaries in Education Research explores the ethical, methodological, and social justice issues relating to conceptualizations of binary opposites in education research, particularly where one side of the dualism is perceived to be positive and the other negative. In education research these may include ability-disability, academic-vocational, adult-child, formal-informal learning, male-female, research-practice, researcher-participant, sedentary-mobile, and West-East. Chapters in this book explore the resilience of binary constructions and present conceptual models for moving beyond them and/or reconceptualizing them to facilitate more productive approaches to education provision. With contributors from authors working in a multitude of educational fields and countries, this book provides a significant contribution to the ongoing challenge to seek new ways to move beyond binaries in education research.
Citation Information
Shelley Kinash and Kirsten Kinash. "Beyond the binaries that keep us from writing with and like children" United KingdomBeyond binaries in education research (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/shelley_kinash/53/