What is voice? Issues of identity and representation in the framing of reviews
Baker, Bernadette (1999) What is voice? Issues of identity and representation in the framing of reviews. Review of Educational Research, 69(4), pp. 365-383.
There is a well-founded ethical concern in the present regarding the question Ήow can we include everybody's voice equally in the framing of reviews?' This paper is a response to the complexities that inhere in that question. It is not about Review of Educational Research (RER) as a specific site but about the systems of reasoning that construct the opening question about reviews and that suggest possible answers, including the response: 'What is voice?'
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