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Revolutionizing Pedagogy: Education for Social Justice Within and Beyond Global Neo-Liberalism


reviewed by Debbie Sonu — July 11, 2011

coverTitle: Revolutionizing Pedagogy: Education for Social Justice Within and Beyond Global Neo-Liberalism
Author(s): Sheila Macrine, Peter McLaren, and Dave Hill (eds.)
Publisher: Palgrave/MacMillan, New York
ISBN: 0230607993, Pages: 288, Year: 2009
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: July 11, 2011
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16465, Date Accessed: 10/17/2017 10:05:41 PM

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  • Debbie Sonu
    Hunter College
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    DEBBIE SONU is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching at Hunter College, City University of New York. She has published articles from an ethnographic study on institutionalizing activism in a Brooklyn high school; how teachers perform both social justice and neoliberal values in public and hidden school spaces; and most recently co-authored a piece on positioning theory and the delegation of civic responsibility among elementary school teachers of social justice orientation. Her current research is on young children's conceptions of peace and violence; the role of friendship in ethical decision-making; and the engagement of student identities among incarcerated youth.
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