The 'kid most likely': Naming, brutality and silence within and beyond school settings

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Saltmarsh, Sue. (2012) The 'kid most likely': Naming, brutality and silence within and beyond school settings. In In S Saltmarsh, K H Robinson and C Davies (Ed.). pp. 21 - 37 Palgrave MacMillan.
AuthorsSaltmarsh, Sue
EditorsS Saltmarsh, K H Robinson and C Davies
Page range21 - 37
Year2012
PublisherPalgrave MacMillan
Place of publicationUnited States of America
ISBN9780230576698
Research GroupSchool of Education
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