From active to activist parenting: educational struggle and the injuries of institutionalised misrecognition

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Fretwell, N. and Barker, J. 2023. From active to activist parenting: educational struggle and the injuries of institutionalised misrecognition. in: Moreau, M., Lee, C. and Okpokiri, C. (ed.) Reinventing 'the family' in uncertain times: education, policy and social justice. London Bloomsbury. pp. 187-208
Chapter titleFrom active to activist parenting: educational struggle and the injuries of institutionalised misrecognition
AuthorsFretwell, N. and Barker, J.
Sustainable Development Goals4 Quality education
10 Reduced inequalities
LanguageEnglish
Page range187-208
Book titleReinventing 'the family' in uncertain times: education, policy and social justice.
EditorsMoreau, M., Lee, C. and Okpokiri, C.
PublisherBloomsbury
Place of publicationLondon
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Hardcover9781350287105
Electronic9781350287112
Electronic9781350287129
Electronic9781350287136
Publication dates
Print07 Sep 2023
Online20 Jun 2023
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Deposited30 Jun 2022
Accepted23 May 2022
Output statusPublished
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