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NOT another boring text book...
‘Most books on social justice are written for academics and students, focusing on theory rather than practice. This book is different. It is for readers whose equalities knowledge is limited to specific areas (or just limited) who need a map to guide them towards a broader awareness of equality and diversity without boring them into a stupor or overwhelming them with academic discourse. Its content can be understood with minimal effort.’
from the introduction
Some Like It Not is a contemporary guide to equality aimed at those seeking an easy, yet thorough, understanding of social justice. It provides everything the reader needs to know in one volume, rather than having to read a succession of category-specific books.
The content specifically addresses the provocative, sensitive and contentious issues which are often ignored or inadequately explained, and it contains deliberately challenging themes to encourage critical thinking around concepts of fair treatment and equality, rather than spoon-feeding dogma or lists of dos and don’ts.
The author has taken a relaxed, down-to-earth approach in order to make the information accessible to as wide a readership as possible – particularly those for whom ‘diversity’ is anathema but who nevertheless need to know about it as part of their professional standards.
‘As a teacher I believe that not only is there a need for such a book but that there is nothing of its equivalent available at the moment. The straightforward, forthright style, combined with the focus on topics many shy away from, makes Some Like it Not an invaluable resource for teachers and sixth formers as they grapple with the issues raised in PSE, citizenship and Religious Studies lessons.’
Anne Weaver: former senior teacher now involved in the professional development of teachers.
A practical guide to diversity, equality and inclusion in the 21st Century
by H. J. Court
Published by the author
290 pages. Size 250 x 176mm.
Date published: August 2014
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