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Borrowing insights from the Ancient Greek ideal conceptions of a democratic civic space (demos), this article examines the applicability of this framework to four teacher educators’ journey to implement social justice in their programs. It is proposed that the three constitutive dimensions of demos (freedom...
The Vulnerable Children Act 2014, requires us (along with other State services and organisations providing government–funded services to children and families) to have a Child Protection Policy (CPP).
The Act requires our policy to:Contain, at a minimum, how we identify and report...
This article uses Foucauldian discourse analysis to identify two subject positions within Australia's Widening Participation higher education policy.
The massification of higher education is a definitive feature of the late twentieth century. Widening Participation (WP) policy is a recent manifestation of...
This paper will consider the way that Foucault’s work has been utilised to examine Australian legal education, particularly in the context of understanding the construction of the legal identity.
While remaining sensitive to the many potential ‘uses’ of Foucault’s tools, as well as his...