Application of Bourdieuian theory to the inclusion ...



Title Application of Bourdieuian theory to the inclusion of students with learning/physical challenges in multicultural school settings
Author(s) Carla DiGiorgio
Journal International Journal of Inclusive Education
Date 2009
Volume 13
Issue 2
Start page 179
End page 194
Abstract Sociologist Pierre Bourdieu has contributed much to the way the field of sociology understands the social rules and structures that guide human interaction and self-understanding. Bourdieu's work has also been applied to education, and disability issues. In this paper Bourdieu's social theory is presented and applied to the notion of inclusion in a multicultural school. This Bourdieuian perspective is applied to the literature surrounding the development of a theory of inclusion in multicultural schools. Questions and implications suggest further research into the relationship between cultural and disability issues in inclusion.
DOI 10.1080/13603110701350622

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