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Caroline Winstanley - eTheses Repository - University of Birmingham

Caroline Winstanley - eTheses Repository - University of Birmingham

Caroline Winstanley - eTheses Repository - University of

Transition planning for young people with severe learning disabilities: social positions and power relationships Caroline Winstanley A thesis submitted to The University of Birmingham for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy School of Education The University of Birmingham October 2010

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    Chapter 4. Methodology 4.1. Researc

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    Methodology 83 ontology acknowledge

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    Methodology 85 A brief synopsis of

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    Methodology 87 Sabal: • enjoys sw

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    Methodology 89 4.1.2. Participatory

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    Methodology 91 An important issue w

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    Methodology 93 • School staff: te

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    Methodology 95 the findings of this

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    Methodology 97 It is possible that

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    Methodology 99 transforming the pra

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    Methodology 101 • Remembering tha

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    Methodology 103 Unlike teachers, I

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    Methodology 105 might be noticed if

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    Methodology 107 what do you like? I

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    Methodology 109 Data number Data ty

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    Methodology 111 4.4.1. Type one dat

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    Methodology 113 is the most accurat

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    Methodology 115 Year Action 9/2003

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    Methodology 117 5 Interviews Evalua

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    Methodology 119 To help develop a r

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    Methodology 123 My research comic w

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    Methodology 125 findings. This incl

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    Methodology 127 When comics can be

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    Methodology 129 emotions ranging fr

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    Methodology 131 the photograph is a

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    Methodology 133 Ability to make cho

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    Methodology 135 experiences of the

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    Methodology 137 4.7.4. Discourse an

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    Methodology 139 Content-Social Stru

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    Methodology 141 Furthermore, when p

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    Methodology 143 they belong to. Fur

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    Methodology 145 • To express emot

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    Methodology 147 Behaviour Reliabili

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    Methodology 149 ‘Central tendency

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    Methodology 151 Body lean is a meas

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    Methodology 153 an individual who h

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    Chapter 5. Personal power The data

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    Personal power 157 The stakeholders

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    Personal power 159 5.3. Capacity to

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    Personal power 161 jobs. Extract 5.

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    Personal power 163 talking Adam - C

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    Personal power 165 Extract 5.12 Sab

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    Personal power 167 Anna communicate

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    Personal power 171 Even though seve

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    Personal power 173 Extract 5.27 Nar

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    Personal power 175 He spent more ti

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    Personal power 177 Extract 5.41 Cla

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    Personal power 179 & Lyons 1998), s

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    Personal power 181 Terri also shout

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    Personal power 183 when they would

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    Personal power 185 Anna controlled

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    Personal power 187 He was also able

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    Personal power 189 Extract 5.66 Con

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    Personal power 191 go to the pub le

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    Personal power 193 Anna - Interests

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    Personal power 199 For instance, he

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    Personal power 205 Summary All of t

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    Chapter 7. Comparisons with other c

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    Discussion 269 8.1.1. Tensions Cleg

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    Discussion 271 young people draw cl

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    Discussion 273 prove the transition

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    Discussion 275 sion (Excerpts 5.29,

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    Discussion 277 way that they adapte

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    Discussion 279 skills during their

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    Discussion 281 Although it may be u

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    Discussion 283 the fact that I had

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    Discussion 285 services, as they ha

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    Chapter 9. Conclusion This chapter

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    Conclusion 289 that the professiona

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    Conclusion 291 expressing their vie

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    Conclusion 293 in creating their tr

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    Appendix A. Research findings comic

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    Appendix B. Non verbal communicatio

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    Appendix C. Researcher observations

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    Appendix F. Coded examples of data

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    Appendix G. Video footage transcrip

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    Video footage transcription 333 cla

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    Discussion with critical friend 337

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    Transcription reliability 341 class

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    Appendix J. Non-verbal rating scale

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    Non-verbal rating scales reliabilit

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    Directory of codes 349 K.1.1. Perso

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    Directory of codes 353 Assertivenes

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    Directory of codes 355 K.2.11. Imit

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    Directory of codes 361 “The profe

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    Directory of codes 365 K.3.25. Prom

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    Appendix L. P level scores This app

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    P level scores 369 Tarak is occasio

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    Appendix M. Field notes The followi

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    Field notes 373 mr james: He is ver

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    Breakdown of data 375 Date collecte

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    REFERENCES 382 Journal of Disabilit

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    REFERENCES 384 Britannica, T. E. (2

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    REFERENCES 386 abilities 13, 47-61.

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    REFERENCES 388 Discourse Analysis,

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    REFERENCES 390 Gramsci, A. (1971),

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    REFERENCES 392 Huberman, M. & Miles

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    REFERENCES 394 108. 209 Madge, N.,

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    REFERENCES 398 Qualifications and C

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    REFERENCES 400 Shevin, M. & Klien,

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    REFERENCES 404 Wimmer, H. & Perner,

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    Glossary 406 genres (within CDA) Th

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    Glossary 408 triangulation When the

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