Real policy, real change : transforming secondary school cultures through image-based research
Carrington, Suzanne B. (2008) Real policy, real change : transforming secondary school cultures through image-based research. In Moss, Julianne (Ed.) Researching Education : Visually - Digitally - Spatially. Sense Publishers, pp. 107-125.
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Through their involvement in research and action, young people are able to give an authentic voice to their concerns and experiences regarding schooling. Image-based research can highlight students' views about their social and cultural environment and contribute to change, including progress towards more democratic secondary schools. This chapter reports on a secondary school research project illustrating that students' use of image-based research is an appropriate methodology for school review and development aimed towards addressing students' social and academic needs.
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|Deposited On:||06 Feb 2009 13:23|
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