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Journal of Pedagogy, Pluralism and Practice

Introductory text for Journal of Pedagogy, Pluralism and Practice.

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Current Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1 (2016)

The articles in this issue provide perspectives on important concerns facing educators, practitioners and scholars invested in advancing our understanding of difference and structural inequalities that affect people’s lives.

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Table of Contents
Journal Staff

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Editorial
Arlene Dallalfar

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English in Brazil: A Sociolinguistic Profile
Amanda Lira Gordenstein Montes

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The Effects of Structural Violence on the Well-being of Marginalized Communities in the United States
Rakhshanda Saleem, Akansha Vaswani, Emily Wheeler, Meredith Maroney, Marta Pagan-Ortiz, and Madeline Brodt

Editors

Executive Editor
Arlene Dallalfar, Ph.D. Professor of Sociology and Women’s Studies, Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences, International Higher Education and Intercultural Relations Program, and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Social Sciences Division
Editorial Board
Joshua Baldwin, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Socia Work, Social Sciences Division, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Katherine Barone, Ph.D. Division Director, Psychology and Applied Therapies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Meenakshi Chhabra, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Global Interdisciplinary Studies, International Higher Education and Intercultural Relations, Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences
Lisa B. Fiore, Ph.D. Professor of Education, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Roser Gine, Ed.D. Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Graduate School of Education
Amy Gooden, Ed.D. Assistant Professor of TESOL and Bilingual Education, Graduate School of Education
Marjorie Jones, Ed.D. Professor Emeritas, Education, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
Kazuyo Kubo, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Sociology and Child Studies, Social Science Division, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Solange de Azambuja Lira, Ph.D. Professor Emeritas, TESOL and Bilingual Education Division of Language and Literacy Graduate School of Education
Kelvin Ramirez, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Art Therapy, Division of Expressive Therapies, Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences
Nisha Sajnani, PhD, RDT/BCT Coordinator Drama Therapy/Psychodrama Program; Faculty, Expressive Therapies PhD Program, Division of Expressive Therapies, Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences
Rebecca Zarate, Assistant Professor of Expressive Therapies; Program Coordinator, Music Therapy, Graduate School of Arts and Social Sciences