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    Why we should care about poverty and inequality: exploring the grounds for a pluralist approach.Irene Bucelli - 2022 - Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 25 (2):165-186.
    Policy debates surrounding poverty and inequality often focus on practical solutions and seldom explore the normative underpinning that would justify our concerns with these phenomena. Why should we care about poverty, or about inequality? From a philosophical standpoint, can we separate the two, such that it is possible to be deeply concerned about poverty but unconcerned about inequalities? Do our reasons for caring about one contrast with our reasons for caring about the other? While there is a growing empirical literature (...)
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    The Role of ‘Autonomy’ in Teaching Expertise.Irene Bucelli - 2017 - Journal of Philosophy of Education 51 (3):588-604.
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    The Role of ‘Autonomy’ in Teaching Expertise.Irene Bucelli - 2018 - In Christopher Winch & Mark Addis (eds.), Education and Expertise. Wiley. pp. 38–57.
    For a few decades now, debates around the effects of 'new public measures' in education have pointed to how the emphasis on increased accountability and high stakes testing has led to some worrying phenomena, thus changing teachers' practices and roles. These include narrowing of the curriculum, gaming and teaching to the test. This chapter discusses these kinds of knowledge and abilities as fundamentally depending on our understanding of the role of teachers within an educational system and in relation to educational (...)
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    Why we should care about poverty and inequality: exploring the grounds for a pluralist approach.Irene Bucelli - 2022 - Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 25 (2):165-186.
    Policy debates surrounding poverty and inequality often focus on practical solutions and seldom explore the normative underpinning that would justify our concerns with these phenomena. Why should we care about poverty, or about inequality? From a philosophical standpoint, can we separate the two, such that it is possible to be deeply concerned about poverty but unconcerned about inequalities? Do our reasons for caring about one contrast with our reasons for caring about the other? While there is a growing empirical literature (...)
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