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Researching Equality and Social Justice
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Researching Equality and Social Justice
A Guide For Education Students



June 2023 | 216 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
In order to successfully complete a research project on social issues, as part of your education or social science degree, you will need a confident understanding of often challenging and nuanced topics.

This book provides an overview of how to approach researching issues relating to key social justice issues including: race, sex and gender, disability and mental health. It will help you to understand important concepts, how to avoid hidden biases and how to use appropriate terminology in each area.

It combines this thematic approach with accessible guidance on the research process, from initial design and formulating your research question, through to data collection and analysis.

Helena Gillespie is Professor of Learning and Teaching in Higher Education at the University of East Anglia.
 
Part 1: Introduction To Part 1 Of Researching Equality And Social Justice
 
Chapter 1: Researching Social And Economic Status
 
Chapter 2: Researching Sex, Gender And Sexuality
 
Chapter 3: Researching Race And Ethnicity
 
Chapter 4: Researching Disability And Special Educational Needs
 
Chapter 5: Researching Mental Health
 
Chapter 6: Researching The Sustainable Development Goals
 
Part 2: Introduction to Part 2
 
Chapter 7: Starting Out
 
Chapter 8: Being Ethical
 
Chapter 9: The Project Design
 
Chapter 10: Data Gathering Tools
 
Chapter 11: Using Literature
 
Chapter 12: Making Sense Of Your Findings

Good book, more appropriate for post graduate.

Mrs Sarah Johnson
School of Health, University of Central Lancashire
March 25, 2024

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