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The only journal of its kind, the International Journal on School Disaffection is an international, peer-reviewed journal that provides a forum for multi-disciplinary dialogue about influences and outcomes relating to school disengagement, low attainment, and early school leaving. The journal is open to a wide range of perspectives: sociological, historical, philosophical, psychological, criminological, and educational. Its priority is to support work that seeks to engage and re-engage children and young people and to develop critical and scholarly debate around school disaffection.

Publisher: UCL IOE Press

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Volume 3, Number 1, January 2005

Editorial

Open Access A word from the editor
pp. 3-4(2)
Author: Klein, Reva

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Articles

Open Access School Disaffection in Countries of Conflict
pp. 6-11(6)
Author: Shumer, Robert

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Open Access Big problems in native schooling
pp. 12-12(1)
Author: Jacobs, Mindelle

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Open Access School Connectedness: Student Voices Examine Power and Subjectivity
pp. 13-22(10)
Authors: Thompson, Greg; Bell, James W.

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Open Access Student Retention – the Tasmanian Situation
pp. 23-29(7)
Author: Milbourne, Sally

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Open Access School dropout: a review assessing the place of gender
pp. 30-41(12)
Authors: Lessard, Anne; Fortin, Laurier; Joly, Jacques

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Open Access When delinquents return
pp. 42-49(8)
Authors: Kaczynski, Daniel J.; Brame, Stacey L.; White, Jill T.

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Open Access The Power of eLearning in South Africa
pp. 50-52(3)
Author: Bredenkamp, John

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