In this paper, we develop and use a model of social justice, based upon the feminist works of Iris Young and Nancy Fraser, to analyse and discuss information gained from a large-scale study of opinions of mathematics educators and international contacts in eight countries (Australia, Brazil, Colombia, Korea, Mexico, The Philippines, and Vietnam). Data was collected via focus groups conducted in the participating countries and via interviews with educators involved in international, collaborative research projects.
|Title of host publication||TASA 2003 Conference Proceedings, Australian Sociological Association|
|Editors||Gillian Carpenter Gillian Carpenter|
|Place of Publication||Armidale NSW|
|Publisher||University of New England|
|Number of pages||9|
|Publication status||Published - 2003|
|Event||TASA 2003 New Times, New Worlds, New Ideas: sociology today and tomorrow - Armidale NSW, Australia|
Duration: 04 Dec 2003 → 06 Dec 2003
|Conference||TASA 2003 New Times, New Worlds, New Ideas: sociology today and tomorrow|
|Period||04/12/03 → 06/12/03|
Atweh, D. B., & Ragusa, A. (2003). Issues in social justice in international collaborations: Views of educators from around the world. In G. C. G. Carpenter (Ed.), TASA 2003 Conference Proceedings, Australian Sociological Association (pp. 1-9). University of New England.