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ANDRE KEET(Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, South Africa), GREGG ALEXANDER (Central University of Technology, South Africa)AND WILLY NEL (University of the Free State, South Africa)2016

2016 • Pages: 182 • Size: 180x240 • Binding: Hard • Price: US $ 40/-RS. 1000/-

(Special Issue of International Journal of Educational Sciences - No. 5)

Education, Disability and Violence

One of the biggest challenges facing educational thinking and doing today, is an engagement with difference that contributes to social justice as a rational, political project. In this sense, the interplay between multiculturalism, inclusivity, human rights and social justice at all levels of the education system and within various forms of educational spaces, is of great importance.

Against this background, this special edition called for papers that engage with the following sub-themes. This editorial indicates how the contributors responded to these sub-themes: 1. The educational expression, practical and theoretical, of the link between human rights, social justice and inclusivity. 2. New forms of pedagogical formations and arrangements that engages with the interplay between human rights, inclusivity and social justice in education.3. The development of productive interpretive schemes for analysing the interaction between social justice, human rights and inclusivity in education.

As guest editors of this special edition, we hope to have made a contribution to scholarship by publishing these high quality contributions in a journal from the global South in the face of overt and covert efforts at marginalising such journals.



  1. ROUAAN MAARMAN • A Capability View of Success in Quintile 1 Schools in South Africa
  2. JUNE MONICA PALMERAND DESIREE PEARL LAREY• Pre-service Teachers’ Leading and Teaching for Social Justice
  3. DIONNE VAN REENEN • Maintaining Plausible Deniability: Detecting Mechanisms of Subtle Discrimination in a South African Higher Education Institution
  4. ANNELINE KEET• The Social Work Educator and Inclusivity: Boundary Broker or Boundary Protector?
  5. CHRISTINE MONAGHANAND CAROL ANNE SPREEN• From Human Rights to Global Citizenship Education: Peace, Conflict and the Post-cold War Era
  6. DENISE POLK AND ANSIE KITCHING • Dreams to Possibilities: A Qualitative Research Study on the Personal and Career Dreams of a Group of Young South Africans Living in Contexts of Poverty
  7. HLAVISO A. MOTLHAKA • Paulo Freire’s Critical Pedagogy in the Classroom: Promotion of Critical Thinking in South African English First Additional Language (FAL) Students
  8. KEVIN TEISE • Creating Safe and Well-organised Multicultural School Environments in South Africa through Restorative Discipline
  9. THABANG QUEENCH, SONWABO STUURMAN AND ALLAN ZINN• Students’ Understanding of Non-racialism and Citizenship Framings as Imperative for a Higher Education Transformative Agenda Based on Inclusivity and Social Justice: The Case of Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
  10. TANIA RAUCH VAN DER MERWE, SHIRLEY DU PLOOY AND MOTSAATHEBE SEREKOANE • The Implementation of Difficult DialoguesTM toward Transformation in Higher Education, South Africa: Problematic and Potentialities
  11. FELISA TIBBITTS• Political Autobiography: Reflexive Inquiry in the Preparation of Social Justice Educators
  12. GREGG ALEXANDER• A Reflections on the State of Multicultural Education in Historically White South African Schools
  13. ANDRE KEETAND WILLY NEL • Rights, Regulation and Recognition: Studying Student Leaders’ Experiences of Participation and Citizenship within a South African University.

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