The transformative potential of critical pedagogy for Education Studies students in interrogating neoliberalism

Ben Johnson
Birmingham Newman University, Birmingham, England, UK
Steve Dixon
Birmingham Newman University, Birmingham, England, UK
Andrew Edgar
Birmingham Newman University, Birmingham, England, UK

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Author: Ben Johnson, Steve Dixon and Andrew Edgar
Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies
Volume 21, Number 3
ISSN 1740-2743

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Volume 21 Number 3 – Dec 2023

Ben Johnson 
Steve Dixon
Andrew Edgar

The transformative potential of critical pedagogy for Education Studies students in interrogating neoliberalism

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Volume 21 Number 2 – Sep 2023

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