Place, race and exclusion: university student voices in post-apartheid South Africa.
International Journal of Inclusive Education.
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||This article makes an original contribution to the field of inclusive education by using geographical concepts of place to construct a critical analysis of 'inclusion' in post aparthied South African Universities. The analysis is informed by research interviews with over 140 students in two universities on how students experience, negotiate and participate in campus processes of in- and exclusion. Analysis of these voices, with reference to concepts of place, outlines how racial inequalities and divisions are being reproduced as primary fault-lines of exclusion, but how new class cleavages and a clearer recognition of other social differences are partly disrupting this traditional picture. The article concludes by considering the implications for both inclusive education in South Africa and the potential for geographical engagements to contribute analytically to such work.
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