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Critical pedagogy. 6. Critical pedagogy New Zealand Case studies. I. Title. II. Series. 19'6'0993 C94-931801-9 British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data A CIP catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. ISBN 1-85359-237-4 (hbk) ISBN 1-85359-236-6 (pbk) ISBN 0-7744-0417-5 (pbk: Canada only) Multilingual Matters Ltd UK: Frankfurt Lodge, Clevedon Hall, Victoria Road, Clevedon, Avon BS21 7SJ. USA: 1900 Frost Road, Suite 101, Bristol, PA 19007, USA. O. Box 6025, 83 Gilles Street, Adelaide, SA 5000, Australia.
Critiques of conflict theory, notably from radical theorists like Giroux, are also examined. However, I argue that radical theorists have tended to overstate the determinism of certain conflict accounts, particularly, Bourdieu's. They have also failed to provide, as yet, a viable critical and practical alternative. This is admittedly a difficult chapter dealing, as it does, with abstract sociological theories but it is worth persevering Page 8 with, particularly as my intention in this book is to break down the theory/practice divide.
However, whatever variables were used, the starting premise was invariably one of deficiency in relation to white, middle-class `norms'. 3. I am aware that any discussion on `minority educational performance' of which this book forms a part can, by its very nature, lend itself to a pathological conception. This is not my intention here. Rather, as Figueroa (1991) has argued, the argument should be moved away from a focus on the `underachievement' or `failure' of minority groups to a recognition that they are unequally placed within the education system; thus addressing the cause rather than the symptom.