Social Sciences & Education Policy offers an interdisciplinary approach that incorporates the knowledge, research and literatures of sociology, political science, anthropology and cultural studies, for a multidisciplinary focus on the social context of educational policy and practice, particularly in terms of questions of social justice, within formal and informal contexts of teaching and learning.
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