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Understanding and Developing Inclusive Practices in Schools

Grant reference: L139251001

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Marginalisation in primary schools : listening to children’s voices
Following the theme begun in the previous article, Kyriaki Messiou asserts the right of children to be listened to as a key element in the progress and process of inclusion. Her research aimed to listen to what children had to say about marginalisation. She considers the methodological issues such a study raises.
Original Document
10.1111/1467-9604.00249
English

Primary contributor

Author Kyriaki Messiou

Additional details

17
3
Yes
0268-2141
Blackwell Publishing
01 August 2002
117-121
Oxford
Post-print
Support for learning : British journal of learning support

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Harvard

Messiou, Kyriaki (2002) Marginalisation in primary schools : listening to children’s voices. Support for learning : British journal of learning support. 17 (3), pp. 117-121 Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Vancouver

Messiou Kyriaki. Marginalisation in primary schools : listening to children’s voices. Support for learning : British journal of learning support 2002; 17 (3): 117-121.