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Bell Daniel (1977). « On meritocracy and equality ». In Karabel Jerome & Halsey Albert Henry (dir.). Power and ideology in education. New York : Oxford University Press  Last edited by: orey
21 Feb 2007 16:56:28 Europe/Paris
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Broadfoot Patricia & Pollard Andrew (2006). « The Changing Discourse of Assessment Policy : The Case of English Primary Education ». In Lauder Hugh, Brown Phillip, Dillabough Jo-Anne & Halsey Albert Henry (dir.). Education, Globalization & Social Change. New York : Oxford University Press  Last edited by: orey
04 Nov 2008 16:54:01 Europe/Paris
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Halsey Albert Henry, Lauder Hugh, Brown Phillip & Wells Amy Stuart (dir.) (1997). Education, Culture, Economy, and Society. New York : Oxford University Press.  Last edited by: orey
02 Mar 2007 11:25:42 Europe/Paris
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Lauder Hugh, Brown Phillip, Dillabough Jo-Anne & Halsey Albert Henry (dir.) (2006). Education, Globalization and Social Change. New York : Oxford University Press.  Last edited by: orey
01 Feb 2007 15:27:37 Europe/Paris
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Young Michael (2006). « Curriculum Studies and the Problem of Knowledge; Updating the Enlightenment ? ». In Lauder Hugh, Brown Phillip, Dillabough Jo-Anne & Halsey Albert Henry (dir.). Education, Globalization & Social Change. New York : Oxford University Press  Added by: orey
04 Nov 2008 15:14:25 Europe/Paris
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