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CONTENTS Introduction KNOWLEDGE, POWER AND SOCIAL CHANGE SECTION 1 Knowledge Structures and Epistemology 1 ON THE SHOULDERS OF GIANTS: verticality of knowledge and the school curriculum Johan Muller 2 KNOWLEDGE STRUCTURES AND INTELLECTUAL FIELDS: Basil Bernstein and the sociology of knowledge Rob Moore 3 ON KNOWLEDGE STRUCTURES AND KNOWER STRUCTURES Karl Maton 4 CLIMBING THE LADDER OF KNOWLEDGE: Plato and Bernstein Wayne Hugo SECTION 2 Knowledge, Identity and Voice 5 POWER, PEDAGOGIC VOICES AND PUPIL TALK: the implications for pupil consultation as transformative practice Madeleine Arnot & Diane Reay 6 DISEMBEDDED MIDDLE CLASS PEDAGOGIC IDENTITIES Sally Power 7 CHILDREN?S RECONTEXTUALISATIONS OF PEDAGOGY Gabrielle Ivinson & Gerard Duveen SECTION 3 Professional Knowledge and Pedagogic Change 8 LANGUAGES OF DESCRIPTION AND THE EDUCATION OF RESEARCHERS Andrew Brown 9 TEACHERS AS CREATORS OF SOCIAL CONTEXTS FOR SCIENTIFIC LEARNING: a discussion of new approaches to teacher education. Ana Morais 10 ACTIVITY, DISCOURSE AND PEDAGOGIC CHANGE Harry Daniels SECTION 4 Policy Innovation, Discourse and Educational Reform 11 ?DIRECTED TIME?: identity and time in New Labour policy discourse. John Beck 12 TOWARDS A SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATIONAL CHANGE: an application of Bernstein to the U.S. ?No Child Left Behind? Act Alan Sadovnik 13 LITERACY, PEDAGOGY AND SOCIAL CHANGE: directions from Bernstein?s sociology Ruqaiya Hasan References
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Bernstein, Basil B.