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Volume 10, Numbers 2-3, -03/March-May 2006

Limits to and possibilities for educational reform
pp. 109-119(11)
Author: Slee, Roger

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The repetition of exclusion
pp. 121-133(13)
Author: Allan, Julie

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Constructing competence: autism, voice and the ‘disordered' body
pp. 169-188(20)
Authors: Biklen, Douglas; Kliewer, Christopher

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Special Education 2000 : a New Zealand experiment
pp. 189-199(11)
Author: Wills, Rod

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Inclusive education policy in New Zealand: reality or ruse?
pp. 201-219(19)
Authors: Kearney, Alison; Kane, Ruth

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Beyond policy and good intentions
pp. 221-234(14)
Authors: Bevan‐Brown, Jill

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Becoming criminal: the cultural politics of risk
pp. 265-278(14)
Author: Armstrong, Derrick

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Inclusive discourse in Greece: strong voices, weak policies
pp. 279-291(13)
Authors: Zoniou‐Sideri, Athina; Deropoulou‐Derou, Eudoxia; Karagianni, Panagiota; Spandagou, Ilektra

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