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Sociopolitical dimensions of mathematics education : from the margin to mainstream, Murad Jurdak, Renuka Vithal editors
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 Summary
 This book documents and expands on the diverse social and political dimensions of mathematics education issues, concerns, perspectives, contexts, and approaches presented in Topic Study Group 34 of the 13thInternational Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME 13). The book also argues for and promotes the mainstreaming of the sociopolitical dimensions of mathematics education through an ongoing critique and inquiry into content, policies, practices and theories. Accordingly, the main theme throughout the book is captured and illuminated by bringing voices from the margin to the mainstream. In this respect it is both an aspirational and a reality, as evidenced by the increasing references to the sociopolitical dimensions in o1̀ther areas of mathematics education?for example, in several of the plenary presentations at the ICME 13. The authors have reflected on their ideas with a view to orienting and enhancing research in the sociopolitical dimensions of mathematics education that is grounded in current education systems within their specific sociocultural contexts
 Language
 eng
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 1 online resource.
 Contents

 Intro; Preface; Contents; 1 Mainstreaming of the Sociopolitical in Mathematics Education; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Mainstreaming of the Sociopolitical in Mathematical Education; 3 Mainstreaming of the Sociopolitical in ICMEsâ#x80;#x99; Activities; 4 Mainstreaming of the Sociopolitical in Mathematics Education in the Literature; 5 Concluding Remarks; References; Theoretical Perspectives on the Sociopolitical in Mathematics Education; 2 Integrating the Sociocultural and the Sociopolitical in Mathematics Education; Abstract; 1 Introduction
 2 EngestrÃœmâ#x80;#x99;s Cultural Historical Activity Theory (CHAT) and Mathematics Education2.1 Individual Human Activity; 2.2 Collective Human Activity; 2.3 The Role of Culture in the Activity System; 2.4 Mathematics Education Research and CHAT; 3 Bourdieuâ#x80;#x99;s Theory and the Political Dimension of Mathematics Education; 3.1 Bourdieuâ#x80;#x99;s Construct of Power; 3.2 Mathematic Education Research Using Bourdieuâ#x80;#x99;s Theory; 4 A Locally Attuned Version of Bourdieuâ#x80;#x99;s Field Theory and Mathematics Education
 5 Modular Integration of the Locally Attuned Version of Bourdieuâ#x80;#x99;s Theory and EngestrÃœmâ#x80;#x99;s Activity System5.1 The Two Theories as Candidates of Modular Integration; 5.2 Applying Modular Integration to the Two Theories; 6 Implications of the Integrated Theory; 6.1 Implication for Mathematics Education Research; 6.2 Implications for School Mathematics Practices; 6.3 Implications for School Mathematics Policies; 7 A Personal Narrative on My Theoretical Journey to Sociopolitical Mathematics Education; References; 3 Towards an Ethics of Mathematical Application; Abstract; 1 Introduction
 2 Ethical Filtration: What Could â#x80;#x98;Being Criticalâ#x80;#x99; Mean?3 Towards an Ethics of Mathematical Application; 4 The Ethics of Solutionism; 5 Concluding Remarks; References; 4 How to Be a Political Social Change Mathematics Education Activist; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Three Discourses; 2.1 Hannah Arendt: Work, Labor, Action; 2.2 Alice Pitt: Youth Leadership, Voice, and Participation; 2.3 Josiah McElheny: Three Ways to Use Models; 3 Changing Ourselves to Change the World: Making Our Work Explicitly Political; 3.1 Multiple Representations in the Classroom
 3.2 Youth Mathematician Laureate Project (http://yomap.org)4 Reframing Purpose and Action; 5 Playing with and Around the Unconscious; 6 Holding onto Knowledge; 7 Engaging Coloniality; 8 Changing Oneself Without Becoming a Self; References; Researchers in the Sociopolitical in Mathematics Education; 5 Recognising and Identifying the Participant and Researcher in Mathematics Education Research: A Sociopolitical Act; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Identity and Recognition; 2 Recognising the Participant; 2.1 A Samoan Girl; 2.2 An Able Mathematics Learner; 3 Performing a Researcher Identity
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 9783319726106
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 Sociopolitical dimensions of mathematics education : from the margin to mainstream
 Title
 Sociopolitical dimensions of mathematics education
 Title remainder
 from the margin to mainstream
 Statement of responsibility
 Murad Jurdak, Renuka Vithal editors
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 This book documents and expands on the diverse social and political dimensions of mathematics education issues, concerns, perspectives, contexts, and approaches presented in Topic Study Group 34 of the 13thInternational Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME 13). The book also argues for and promotes the mainstreaming of the sociopolitical dimensions of mathematics education through an ongoing critique and inquiry into content, policies, practices and theories. Accordingly, the main theme throughout the book is captured and illuminated by bringing voices from the margin to the mainstream. In this respect it is both an aspirational and a reality, as evidenced by the increasing references to the sociopolitical dimensions in o1̀ther areas of mathematics education?for example, in several of the plenary presentations at the ICME 13. The authors have reflected on their ideas with a view to orienting and enhancing research in the sociopolitical dimensions of mathematics education that is grounded in current education systems within their specific sociocultural contexts
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 379
 Index
 index present
 LC call number
 LC71
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 1943
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 Jurdak, Murad
 Vithal, Renuka
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 ICME13 monographs
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 Education
 Education and state
 Mathematics
 Educational sociology
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 Sociopolitical dimensions of mathematics education : from the margin to mainstream, Murad Jurdak, Renuka Vithal editors
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 Intro; Preface; Contents; 1 Mainstreaming of the Sociopolitical in Mathematics Education; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Mainstreaming of the Sociopolitical in Mathematical Education; 3 Mainstreaming of the Sociopolitical in ICMEsâ#x80;#x99; Activities; 4 Mainstreaming of the Sociopolitical in Mathematics Education in the Literature; 5 Concluding Remarks; References; Theoretical Perspectives on the Sociopolitical in Mathematics Education; 2 Integrating the Sociocultural and the Sociopolitical in Mathematics Education; Abstract; 1 Introduction
 2 EngestrÃœmâ#x80;#x99;s Cultural Historical Activity Theory (CHAT) and Mathematics Education2.1 Individual Human Activity; 2.2 Collective Human Activity; 2.3 The Role of Culture in the Activity System; 2.4 Mathematics Education Research and CHAT; 3 Bourdieuâ#x80;#x99;s Theory and the Political Dimension of Mathematics Education; 3.1 Bourdieuâ#x80;#x99;s Construct of Power; 3.2 Mathematic Education Research Using Bourdieuâ#x80;#x99;s Theory; 4 A Locally Attuned Version of Bourdieuâ#x80;#x99;s Field Theory and Mathematics Education
 5 Modular Integration of the Locally Attuned Version of Bourdieuâ#x80;#x99;s Theory and EngestrÃœmâ#x80;#x99;s Activity System5.1 The Two Theories as Candidates of Modular Integration; 5.2 Applying Modular Integration to the Two Theories; 6 Implications of the Integrated Theory; 6.1 Implication for Mathematics Education Research; 6.2 Implications for School Mathematics Practices; 6.3 Implications for School Mathematics Policies; 7 A Personal Narrative on My Theoretical Journey to Sociopolitical Mathematics Education; References; 3 Towards an Ethics of Mathematical Application; Abstract; 1 Introduction
 2 Ethical Filtration: What Could â#x80;#x98;Being Criticalâ#x80;#x99; Mean?3 Towards an Ethics of Mathematical Application; 4 The Ethics of Solutionism; 5 Concluding Remarks; References; 4 How to Be a Political Social Change Mathematics Education Activist; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Three Discourses; 2.1 Hannah Arendt: Work, Labor, Action; 2.2 Alice Pitt: Youth Leadership, Voice, and Participation; 2.3 Josiah McElheny: Three Ways to Use Models; 3 Changing Ourselves to Change the World: Making Our Work Explicitly Political; 3.1 Multiple Representations in the Classroom
 3.2 Youth Mathematician Laureate Project (http://yomap.org)4 Reframing Purpose and Action; 5 Playing with and Around the Unconscious; 6 Holding onto Knowledge; 7 Engaging Coloniality; 8 Changing Oneself Without Becoming a Self; References; Researchers in the Sociopolitical in Mathematics Education; 5 Recognising and Identifying the Participant and Researcher in Mathematics Education Research: A Sociopolitical Act; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Identity and Recognition; 2 Recognising the Participant; 2.1 A Samoan Girl; 2.2 An Able Mathematics Learner; 3 Performing a Researcher Identity
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 Sociopolitical dimensions of mathematics education : from the margin to mainstream, Murad Jurdak, Renuka Vithal editors
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 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and indexes
 Carrier category
 online resource
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 Color
 multicolored
 Content category
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 Content type MARC source
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 Contents

 Intro; Preface; Contents; 1 Mainstreaming of the Sociopolitical in Mathematics Education; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Mainstreaming of the Sociopolitical in Mathematical Education; 3 Mainstreaming of the Sociopolitical in ICMEsâ#x80;#x99; Activities; 4 Mainstreaming of the Sociopolitical in Mathematics Education in the Literature; 5 Concluding Remarks; References; Theoretical Perspectives on the Sociopolitical in Mathematics Education; 2 Integrating the Sociocultural and the Sociopolitical in Mathematics Education; Abstract; 1 Introduction
 2 EngestrÃœmâ#x80;#x99;s Cultural Historical Activity Theory (CHAT) and Mathematics Education2.1 Individual Human Activity; 2.2 Collective Human Activity; 2.3 The Role of Culture in the Activity System; 2.4 Mathematics Education Research and CHAT; 3 Bourdieuâ#x80;#x99;s Theory and the Political Dimension of Mathematics Education; 3.1 Bourdieuâ#x80;#x99;s Construct of Power; 3.2 Mathematic Education Research Using Bourdieuâ#x80;#x99;s Theory; 4 A Locally Attuned Version of Bourdieuâ#x80;#x99;s Field Theory and Mathematics Education
 5 Modular Integration of the Locally Attuned Version of Bourdieuâ#x80;#x99;s Theory and EngestrÃœmâ#x80;#x99;s Activity System5.1 The Two Theories as Candidates of Modular Integration; 5.2 Applying Modular Integration to the Two Theories; 6 Implications of the Integrated Theory; 6.1 Implication for Mathematics Education Research; 6.2 Implications for School Mathematics Practices; 6.3 Implications for School Mathematics Policies; 7 A Personal Narrative on My Theoretical Journey to Sociopolitical Mathematics Education; References; 3 Towards an Ethics of Mathematical Application; Abstract; 1 Introduction
 2 Ethical Filtration: What Could â#x80;#x98;Being Criticalâ#x80;#x99; Mean?3 Towards an Ethics of Mathematical Application; 4 The Ethics of Solutionism; 5 Concluding Remarks; References; 4 How to Be a Political Social Change Mathematics Education Activist; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Three Discourses; 2.1 Hannah Arendt: Work, Labor, Action; 2.2 Alice Pitt: Youth Leadership, Voice, and Participation; 2.3 Josiah McElheny: Three Ways to Use Models; 3 Changing Ourselves to Change the World: Making Our Work Explicitly Political; 3.1 Multiple Representations in the Classroom
 3.2 Youth Mathematician Laureate Project (http://yomap.org)4 Reframing Purpose and Action; 5 Playing with and Around the Unconscious; 6 Holding onto Knowledge; 7 Engaging Coloniality; 8 Changing Oneself Without Becoming a Self; References; Researchers in the Sociopolitical in Mathematics Education; 5 Recognising and Identifying the Participant and Researcher in Mathematics Education Research: A Sociopolitical Act; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Identity and Recognition; 2 Recognising the Participant; 2.1 A Samoan Girl; 2.2 An Able Mathematics Learner; 3 Performing a Researcher Identity
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