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The concept of culture is central within the social sciences in general and multicultural education in particular. In this paper, the argument is made that the term ‘culture’ will generate a surplus of meaning by teachers and policy document writers alike. It might be expected that there will be...
This paper argues for the value of careful and honest school description. Such descriptions may be undertaken as a means towards the formulation and articulation of an educational theory, school policy, or ‘philosophy’; or, where a theory, policy, or philosophy is already in place, a detailed...
The underlying framework adopted by the Committee to Review the Australian Overseas Aid Program demands that Australian aid helps to promote the economic development of the recipient less developed countries. If it does not, then the humanitarian, political and economic arguments for giving aid...
This study examined the relationship between the perceived communicator styles and educational environments of 1675 students from 18 New South Wales high schools. Two major communicator style profiles described as ‘animated-dominant’ and ‘supportive-attentive’ were related to actual school...
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