Brain-based teaching and the biopolitical child

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Brain-based teaching and the biopolitical child. / Pykett, Jessica; Disney, Thomas.

Politics, citizenship and rights. ed. / Kirsi Kallio; Sarah Mills; Tracey Skelton. Vol. 7 Springer, 2015. p. 133-152 (Geographies of Children and Young People ).

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Harvard

Pykett, J & Disney, T 2015, Brain-based teaching and the biopolitical child. in K Kallio, S Mills & T Skelton (eds), Politics, citizenship and rights. vol. 7, Geographies of Children and Young People , Springer, pp. 133-152.

APA

Pykett, J., & Disney, T. (2015). Brain-based teaching and the biopolitical child. In K. Kallio, S. Mills, & T. Skelton (Eds.), Politics, citizenship and rights (Vol. 7, pp. 133-152). (Geographies of Children and Young People ). Springer.

Vancouver

Pykett J, Disney T. Brain-based teaching and the biopolitical child. In Kallio K, Mills S, Skelton T, editors, Politics, citizenship and rights. Vol. 7. Springer. 2015. p. 133-152. (Geographies of Children and Young People ).

Author

Pykett, Jessica ; Disney, Thomas. / Brain-based teaching and the biopolitical child. Politics, citizenship and rights. editor / Kirsi Kallio ; Sarah Mills ; Tracey Skelton. Vol. 7 Springer, 2015. pp. 133-152 (Geographies of Children and Young People ).

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