Counter terrorism law and education student teachers' Induction into UK prevent duty through the lens of Bauman's liquid modernity
Revell, L., Bryan, H. and Elton Chalcraft, S. 2018. Counter terrorism law and education student teachers' Induction into UK prevent duty through the lens of Bauman's liquid modernity. in: Trimmer, K., Dixon, R. and Findlay, Y. (ed.) The Palgrave Handbook of Education Law for Schools London Palgrave.
|Authors||Revell, L., Bryan, H. and Elton Chalcraft, S.|
|Editors||Trimmer, K., Dixon, R. and Findlay, Y.|
This chapter is derived from research prompted by the development of counter terrorist legislation in the UK designed to prevent radicalisation and extremism that requires teachers and schools to act in new and different ways.
The data discussed in this chapter is part of a larger research project that is exploring the ways schools are responding to the duties placed upon them by the Counter Terrorism and Security Act 2015 (HMO 2015). Data generated through the research suggests that student teachers’ induction experiences are highly varied in relation to the Prevent Duty. This has significant implications for the ways in which student teachers conceptualise their role in relation to their students, and the ways in which student teachers conceptualise their relationship with subject knowledge relating to radicalisation and extremism. It also has significant implications for student teachers’ opportunity to observe.
|Book title||The Palgrave Handbook of Education Law for Schools|
|Place of publication||London|
|28 Jun 2018|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||20 Jun 2018|
|Accepted||15 Feb 2018|
|Journal citation||1, pp. 547-558|
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