n Education as Change - Editorial

Volume 8, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 1682-3206
  • E-ISSN: 1947-9417
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Extracted from text ... EDITORIAL Social Justice The perceived goal of social justice is equality, achieved primarily by means of the distribution of social goods. A better goal, however, would be the full participation and inclusion of everyone in the major institutions of a society, and the socially supported opportunity for all to develop and exercise their capacities and realize their choices. These are some of the sentiments that Iris Marion Young (1990) first broached more than a decade ago. Since then the social justice agenda has grappled indefatigably with the tensions of the historicity of the social meaning of inequality and injustice, ..

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