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Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, Volume 11, number 1

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Publication Date: 
1 Mar 2010

Selected articles in Volume 11, Issue 1:

Peter Moss
We cannot continue as we are: the educator in an education for survival

A. Bame Nsamenang
Issues in and challenges to professionalism in Africa's cultural settings

Zahirul Islam
From 'marginality' to 'mainstream': a narrative of early childhood professionalism in Bangladesh

Hasina Banu Ebrahim
Conflicting discourses of private nursery entrepreneurs in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Iris Duhn
'The centre is my business': neo-liberal politics, privatisation and discourses of professionalism in New Zealand

Carmen Dalli
Towards the re-emergence of a critical ecology of the early childhood profession in New Zealand

Eva Lloyd & Elaine Hallet
Professionalising the early childhood workforce in England: work in progress or missed opportunity?

Marianne Fenech, Jennifer Sumsion & Wendy Shepherd
Promoting early childhood teacher professionalism in the Australian context: The place of resistance

Anke van Keulen
The early childhood educator in a critical learning community: towards sustainable change

Rachel Langford
Critiquing child-centred pedagogy to bring children and early childhood educators into the centre of a democratic pedagogy


Entered Date: 
31 Mar 2010
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