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John Schostak - books on Educational issues
Each of the books provide insights into critiques of education together with radical, emancipatory approaches to the people's education. They anticpate and prepare the ground for the radical approaches to research methodology of his more recent books.
Schostak, J. F. (1983) Maladjusted Schooling: Deviance, Social Control and Individuality in Secondary Schooling, London, Philadelphia. Falmer.
Schostak, J. F., and Logan, T. (eds) (1984) Pupil Experience, London, Sydney. Croom Helm.
Schostak, J. F. (1986) Schooling the Violent Imagination, London, New York. Routledge and Kegan Paul.
Schostak, J. F. (ed.) (1988) Breaking into the Curriculum: the impact of information technology on schooling, London, New York. Methuen.
Schostak, J. F. (ed) (1991) Youth in Trouble. Educational Responses, Kogan Page, London
Schostak, J. F., Bedford, H., Phillips, T., and Robinson., J (1994) Researching Professional Education. Education, Dialogue and Assessment: creating partnership for improving practice, The English National Board for Nursing Midwifery ion and Health Visiting, London
Norris, N., Aspland, R., McDonald, B., Schostak, J.F. & Zamorski, B. (1995) An Independent Evaluation of Comprehensive Curriculum Reform in Finland, CARE, UEA; Finnish Board of Education
Schostak, J. F., Phillips, T. P., and Tyler, J. (2000) Practice and Assessment in Nursing and Midwifery: doing it for real, Research Reports Series N0. 16, London, ENB
Schostak, J. F. (2012) Maladjusted Schooling: Deviance Social control and Individuality in Secondary Schooling. Routledge Library Editions