Reviews: Self perception

3 reviews found for "Self perception"
Book review : Anne Sexton: teacher of weird abundance
This is a book review of Anne Sexton: teacher of weird abundance written by Paula M. Salvio and published by State University of New York Press in 200, ISBN 9780791470985. It was reviewed by Margaret Simms for ESCalate. Part of the SUNY Series, Feminist Theory in Education, in this book Paula M. Salvio finds herself haunted by the woman whose life and work she was destined to study. The woman, Anne Sexton, suffered mental illness and addictions...
Book review : Trauma, drug misuse and transforming identities : a life story approach
This is a book review of Trauma, drug misuse and transforming identities : a life story approach by Kim Etherington, published by Jessica Kingsley in 2008, ISBN 9781843104933. It was reviewed by Ann Dalzell of the University of Bristol on behalf of ESCalate. Kim Etherington’s new book places the stories of eight people, at different points of their journey away from the identity of ‘drug-user’, at the heart of her provocative exposition of the...
Book review: It's not just about black and white, miss : children's awareness of race
This is a book review of It's not just about black and white, Miss : children's awareness of race by Sally Elton-Chalcraft, published by Trentham in 2009, ISBN 9781858564371. It was reviewed by Sandra Shaffi of Stockport College, on behalf of ESCalate. The book is about children’s perceptions of race. It is structured as a child-led research project and valuably takes account of the child’s voice in putting forward ideas. The enthusiasm and...