Wellbeing, Equity and Education (eBook, PDF) - Spratt, Jennifer
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1. Introduction.-  1.1 The research study.- 1.2 The structure of the book.- 2. Discourse and Policy.- 2.1 What is discourse?.- 2.2 How discourse works: discourse and ideology.- 2.3 Different schools of thought in studies of discourse.- 2.4 Discourse and policy.- 2.5 Discourse analysis.- 2.6 Summary.- 3. Equity, Schooling and Wellbeing.- 3.1 Equality of what?.- 3.2 Liberal ideologies in education.- 3.3 International influences on policy.- 3.4 The multiple purposes of schooling.- 3.5 Equality of what? The Capability approach.- 3.6 Summary.- 4. Conceptualising Wellbeing.- 4.1 Wellbeing - an ill-defined term.- 4.2 Identifying discourse of wellbeing used in education.- 4.3 Discursive theme 1:  Physical health promotion.- 4.4   Discursive theme 2: Psychological discourses of social and emotional literacy.- 4.5 Discursive theme 3:  Discourse of care.- 4.6 Discursive theme 4: Philosophical discourse of flourishing.- 4.7 Discursive theme 5: The emergent theme of sustainability.- 4.8 Summary.- 5. Conceptualising Relationships between Learning and Wellbeing.- 5.1 Introduction.- 5.2 Fielding's typology of schooling.- 5.3 Using Fielding's typology to examine the discursive relationships between learning and wellbeing.- 5.4 Using Fielding's typology in discourse analysis.- 5.5 Summary.- 6. Discourses of Wellbeing in Scottish Policy.- 6.1 Introduction.- 6.2 Health and wellbeing in Curriculum for Excellence.- 6.3 Use of language in the policy texts.- 6.4 The discursive representation of wellbeing in Scottish policy.- 6.5 Conclusions.- 6.6 Summary.- 7. Interactions between Wellbeing and Other Purposes of Schooling in Scottish Policy.- 7.1 The purpose of the Scottish curriculum - the 'four capacities'.- 7.2 Economic strategy.- 7.3 Discursive links between wellbeing and learning.- 7.4 Summary.- 8. The Discursive Gap: Interpretation of Policy by Professionals.- 8.1 The study participants.- 8.2 Evidence of patterns in the data.- 8.3 Findings from the interviews.- 8.4 Summary.- 9. Towards a More Comprehensive Understanding of Wellbeing and Equity in Education.- 9.1 Problematizing wellbeing discourses in schools.- 9.2 Wellbeing, equity and education - towards a more comprehensive understanding through the capability approach.- 9.3 A final note.- 10. Appendix - Research methods.- 10.1 Data collection.- 10.2 Using critical discourse analysis.- 11. References