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Contents Acknowledgements Introduction Chapters 1. Journeys to activism: becoming poststructurally reflective about truth 2. Confronting a 'will to truth': troubling truths of the child poststructurally 3. Mapping classroom meanings: engaging the tactics of deconstruction locally 4. Deliberately practicing for freedom: tactics of rhizoanalysis 5. Seeking the 'Otherwise': re-meeting relations of 'race' in early childhood classroom histories 6. Imagining professional learning for a change: becoming again in critically knowing communities Appendix 1: summary of research projects References
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Early childhood education.