Teaching Inequality: Approaches and methods

Rajendra Baikady, Jarosław Przeperski, Simon Hayhoe

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This volume will bring together the best available discussion on teaching inequality at different levels of educational and research programmes in different regions and regimes. The aim of this volume is to gather the best possible teaching methods and approaches that can prepare future policymakers and human service professionals who then can work on reducing different forms of inequality across the globe. This volume will also focus on how teaching programmes developed on inequality and its impact in different countries helps in achieving Sustainable Development Goals at different levels. This volume is a collection of (1) approaches to teaching different forms of inequality; (2) methods in teaching inequality at different levels of educational programmes with diverse culture and population; (3) Contemporary debates on teaching inequality in educational programmes; (4) role of academia in ensuring equality; (5) innovations in developing contemporary educational methods in teaching inequality and other social issues related to inequality.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationNew York
PublisherSpringer New York
Publication statusAcceptance date - 4 Nov 2021

Publication series

NameMajor Reference Work Series


  • inclusion
  • teaching
  • learning
  • inequality
  • inequalities
  • Inclusion


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