Social Justice References

Biddulph, M. Béneker, T., Mitchell, D., Leiningar-Frézal, C., Zwartjes, L. and Donert, K.  Teaching powerful geographical knowledge – a matter of social justice: initial findings from the GeoCapabilities 3 project. International Journal of Geographical and Environmental Education, 29(3): 260-274.

Brock, C. (2016) Geography of Education: Scale, Space and Location in the Study of Education. London: Bloomsbury.

Casanovas, P and Poblet, M. (2008) Concept and Fields of Relational Justice, Computable Models of the Law. In: Casanovas, P., Sartor, G., Casellas, N., Runino, R. (eds) Computable Models in the Law. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol 4884. Springer, Berlin, Heodleberg, pp. 323-339

Crocker, D. and Robyns, I. (2009) Capability and Agency. In, Morris, C. (2009) Amatya Sen, Cambridge University Press.

Harvey, D. (1973) Social Justice in the City. University of Georgia Press.

Hopkins, P. (2021) Social Geography III: Committing to Social Justice, Progress in Human Geography, 45(2): pp382-293.

Lambert, D and Weeden, P. (2010) Unequal access: why some young people’ don’t do geography. Teaching Geography, 35(2): pp. 74-5.

King, R. (2012) Geography and Migration Studies: Retrospect and Prospect. Population, Space and Place, 18 (2): pp. 134-153.

Sen, A. (1999) Development as Freedom. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Smith, D.M. (1994) Geography and Social Justice: Geography in a Changing World.

Willems, T., and Leyens, S. (2010). Penser la justice sociale dans l’enseignement secondaire : parcours scolaires et « capabilités ». (Cahiers philosophiques; Vol. 28). FUNDP. Centre Interfaces.

Wilson-Strydom M. (2011). University access for social justice: A capabilities perspective. South African Journal of Education, 31, 407–418.

Smith, D.M. (2000) Social Justice Revisited, Environment and Planning A, 32, pp 1149-1162.

Wray, D. (2017) Miseducation, Bristol: Policy Press.

Walker, M. (2006). Towards a capability-based theory of social justice for education policy making. Journal of Education Policy, 21(2), 163–185.