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Using positioning theory to understand marginalized students’ identities work and their learning experiences in English language arts classrooms

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There are various dimensions of diversity that affect the learning experience of students. These might include aspects such as social background, ethnic and cultural origin, languages spoken, perceived learning ability, physical abilities, gender, sexuality, religion, and race. These work in dynamic ways and are influenced by both spatial and temporal social factors akin to general social transformations like globalization, migration, changing labour markets, and so forth. Whereas a lot of th...

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DPhil
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University of Oxford

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