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Acknowledgements 								
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Knowing one¿s place: educational theory, policy, 
and the spatial turn 								
Kalervo N. Gulson and Colin Symes
FROM EUCLID TO SOJA 
PARADIGMS AND GENEALOGIES OF THE SPATIAL TURN 
EDUCATION AND SPACE 
¿MAPPING¿ THE COLLECTION 
CONCLUSIONS 
NOTES 
REFERENCES 
2
The spatial politics of educational privatization: re -reading 
the US homeschooling movement 						
Claudia Hanson Thiem
SPATIALIZING POLITICS 
A POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY OF HOMESCHOOLING 
¿HOME¿ AND ¿SCHOOL¿ IN HOMESCHOOLING 
HOMESCHOOLING BEYOND THE HOME 
CONCLUSIONS: LOOKING FOR SPACE IN POLITICS AND POLICY 
NOTES 
REFERENCES 
3
Mobilizing space discourses: politics and educational policy change 	
Kalervo N. Gulson
THE ROLE OF POSTSTRUCTURALISM IN EDUCATION 
POLICY SOCIOLOGY 
A SPATIAL ANALYTIC FOR EDUCATION POLICY SOCIOLOGY	
A POSTSTRUCTURAL GEOGRAPHY IN EDUCATIONAL 
POLICY SOCIOLOGY? 
MOBILIZING SPACE DISCOURSES: A POSTSTRUCTURAL 
SPATIAL ANALYTIC AND POLICY CHANGE IN THE INNER CITY 
THE MOBILIZATION OF ABSOLUTE AND RELATIONAL 
SPACE (S) IN INNER SYDNEY 
CONCLUSION 
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 
NOTES 
REFERENCES 
4
Space, equity and rural education: a ¿trialectical¿ account 			
Bill Green and Will Letts
ON SPACE AND EDUCATION 
SITUATING RURAL EDUCATION 
SPACE, POWER AND THE RURAL 
RURAL SCHOOLING IN NEW SOUTH WALES 
A DIVIDING SPATIAL PRACTICE? 
MAPPING DISADVANTAGE 
CONCLUSION 
NOTES 
REFERENCES 
5
GIS and school choice: the use of spatial research tools in 
studying educational policy 							
Chris Taylor
SCHOOL CHOICE IN THE UK 
TOWARDS A GEOGRAPHY OF SCHOOL CHOICE 
GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GIS) 
GIS AND SCHOOL CHOICE 
CONCLUSIONS 
REFERENCES 
6
Disability, education and space: some critical reflections 			
Felicity Armstrong
THE ENTRY OF THE SPATIAL 
SPACE AND THE ¿TRIPLE DIALECTIC¿ 
SPACE AND HEGEMONY 
EDUCATION POLICY MAKING 
SPACE, PLACE AND BINARY DISCOURSES 
LEFEBVRE AND SOJA 
THE STORY OF THE ¿SECURE DOORS¿ 
CONCLUSIONS 
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 
REFERENCES 
7
Working the in/visible geographies of school exclusion 			
Pat Thomson
AN ORIENTATION TO THE SPATIAL 
THE GEOGRAPHIES OF EXCLUSION 
Exclusion and perceived space 
The lived space of exclusion 
Conceived space and the construction of borders 
POSSIBILITIES: TROUBLING THE IN/VISIBLE 
GEOGRAPHIES OF EXCLUSION 
Resistance and compliance 
Changing places 
COUNTER PUBLIC SPACES 
REWORKING THE GEOGRAPHIES OF 
EXCLUSION: IN SUM 
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 
REFERENCES 
8
Warehousing young people in urban Canadian schools: gender, 
peer rivalry and spatial containment 					
Jo-Anne Dillabough, Jacqueline Kennelly and Eugenia Wang
THEORETICAL FRAMING 
CONTRIBUTIONS FROM CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY TO ANALYSES 
OF YOUTH SUBCULTURAL IDENTIFICATION AND EXCLUSION 
CONTEXTUAL AND EPISTEMOLOGICAL CONTEXTS 
Spatial/Contextual 
National Context 
SPATIAL AND CULTURAL LANDSCAPES OF ETHNOGRAPHIC INQUIRY 
YOUNG PEOPLE¿S PHENOMENOLOGIES OF MEANING 
Sexualized territory, peer rivalries and the struggle to classify 
Phenomenologies of meaning about urban space: ¿ambivalence,¿ containment 
and social constraint 
CONCLUSIONS 
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 
NOTES 
REFERENCES 
9
Education and the spatialization of urban inequality: a case 
study of Chicago¿s Renaissance 2010 					
Pauline Lipman
THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF URBAN 
NEOLIBERAL DEVELOPMENT 
GLOBAL CITIES 
GENTRIFICATION AS NEOLIBERAL URBAN STRATEGY 
RENAISSANCE 2010 AS NEOLIBERAL URBAN STRATEGY 
SCHOOL POLICY AND THE PRODUCTION OF 
SPATIAL INEQUALITY 
The ¿Midsouth Plan¿ 
Englewood 
North Lawndale 
PATHOLOGIZING AND ELIMINATING BLACK URBAN SPACE 
A COUNTER EXAMPLE 
CONCLUSION: THE CONTEST OVER SCHOOLS IS A CONTEST
FOR THE CITY 
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 
NOTES 
REFERENCES 
10
On the right track: railways and schools in late nineteenth
century of Sydney 								
Colin Symes
ARCADIA INCARNATE 
THE LINES OF CLASS DIVISION 
GOVERNMENT ACTS: THE ADVENT OF STATE SCHOOLING 
PRIVATE EDUCATION AND SYDNEY¿S INNER WEST 
NEW EDUCATIONAL HEIGHTS ON THE NORTH SHORE 
CONCLUSION 
NOTES 
REFERENCES 
11
Student mobility and the spatial production of 
cosmopolitan identities							
Michael Singh, Fazal Rizvi and Mona Shrestha
THEORIZING SPACE 
MAKING SENSE OF AUSTRALIA 
THE SPATIAL CHALLENGES OF SURVIVAL
AND INDEPENDENCE 
NEGOTIATING GLOBAL CULTURAL SPACES 
THE SPATIAL PRODUCTION OF COSMOPOLITAN IDENTITIES 
FINAL REMARKS 
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 
REFERENCES 
12
Public-private partnerships, digital firms and the production 
of a neoliberal education space at the European scale 			
Susan Robertson
THE PRODUCTION OF SCALE AND REWORKING 
STATE SPACE ¿ THEORETICAL NOTES 
THE EUROPEAN ELEARNING SUMMIT AND PPPS 
EMBEDDING A EUROPEAN EDUCATION SPACE ¿ 
THE LISBON COUNCIL 
A EUROPEAN KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY SPACE: SCALE
AND THE POLITICS OF TERRITORIALIZATION 
PPPS - INSERTING 'PRIVATE' INTERESTS INTO THE 
EDUCATION SPACE 
CONCLUDING REMARKS 
REFERENCES 
13
Deparochializing the study of education: globalization and 
the research imagination1 							
Bob Lingard
DEPAROCHIALIZING RESEARCH 
DEPAROCHIALIZATION OF THE FOCUS OF EDUCATIONAL 
POLICY STUDIES: NARRATIVE ONE 
DEPAROCHIALIZATION OF THEORY AND METHODOLOGY
IN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH: NARRATIVE TWO 
Chinese International Students at the University of Sheffield 
Teaching and Supervising Caribbean Students 
CONCLUSION 
NOTES 
REFERENCES 
14
Trade unions, strategic pedagogy and new spaces of engagement: 
counterknowledge economy insights from Columbia 			
Mario Novelli
TOWARDS A COUNTER-KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY 
OUTLINE OF THE CHAPTER 
BACKGROUND TO RESEARCH 
STRATEGIC PEDAGOGY AND LABOUR MOVEMENT LEARNING 
Pedagogy and the production of conformist or rebellious subjectivities 
Popular education in Latin America as knowledge resource 
Strategic pedagogy as knowledge production in action 
SPACES OF DEPENDENCE AND ENGAGEMENT 
SINTRAEMCALI¿S STRATEGIC PEDAGOGY AND ITS 
SPACES OF ENGAGEMENT 
Worker/ community alliance 
¿PLAN PARE¿ - ALTERNATIVE DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY 
Mobilization strategy 
SINTRAEMCALI AND HUMAN RIGHTS AND 
SOLIDARITY NETWORKS 
CONCLUSION 
NOTES 
REFERENCES 
CONTRIBUTORS
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Educational sociology.
Education -- Philosophy.
Geography -- Philosophy.