First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Series Editor Preface 1. Theoretical Overview 2. School Ethos and the 'Value' of Exclusion 3. Teachers and Pupils - Relationships of Power and Resistance 4. Interrelations of 'Race' and Gender in School 5. Gendering 'Race' 6. 'Race' and the Social Consequences of Exclusion 7. Future Prospects - Towards Inclusive Education for All
Cecile Wright is Reader in Sociology at the Nottingham Trent University. She has both carried out research and written extensively in the field of race, ethnicity and education. Debbie Weekes is a Development Manager at the Windsor Fellowship. She has published and presented numerous articles and conference papers on issues such as Black female and male adolescence and the raising of ethnic minority pupil achievement. Alex McGlaughlin is Associate Head, Department of Social Sciences and Reader in Psychology at the Nottingham Trent University. His teaching and research in Human Development has resulted in publications of infant crying, stress and stimulation in childhood and exclusion from school.