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Pencilled underlining & marginalia limited to ch.1, 2 and 9. No other markings. Great study copy! 388 p. Audience: General/trade. Minor wear to corners, edges and spine hinges Front top corner slightly bent.
Small quarto in purple and yellow illu sglassy wraps; x, 388 pages; 24 cm. Very sparse pen marks, mainly small parenthetical marks to margins of about twenty pages; else tight, clean and overall very good. Contents: Entering the conversation: the debate behind the debates in special education /; Deborah Gallagher--; Newtonian mechanistic paradigm, special education, and contours of alternatives: an overview /; Lous Heshusius--; Study and development of teaching: with implications for the advancement of special education /; Richard P. Iano--; Special education paradox: equity as the way to excellence /; Thomas M. Skrtic--; From creative discontent toward epistemological freedom in special education: reflections on a 25-year journey /; Lous Heshusius--; Tale of a reluctant empiricist /; Richard P. Iano--; Accidental tourist and deliberate seeker: two true stories /; Thomas M. Skrtic--; Special education knowledges: the inevitable struggle with the "self" /; Lous Heshusius--; Inside the schools: special education and inclusion reform /; Richard P. Iano--; Critical disability studies /; Thomas M. Skrtic--; Moving the conversation forward: empiricism versus relativism reconsidered /; Deborah Gallagher. || Special education--Philosophy. Éducation spéciale--Philosophie. Special education--Philosophy.
Like New. The pages of this book are bright, clean and unmarked. The cover is bright and clean with only minor edge wear, including a light crease to the bottom right corner of the front. The spine remains free of creasing. A good clean copy. FAST SHIPPING & FREE TRACKING!
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