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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. This issue focuses on 'Race', Culture and Ethnicity in Educational Psychology.
About the Contributors
Guest Editorial: 'Race', Culture and Ethnicity in Educational Psychology
Antony Williams, Dilanthi Weerasinghe & Charmian Hobbs
The influence of sense of school belonging on Traveller students' secondary school completion
Dr NicÃ³l Frehill & Dr Sandra Dunsmuir
'I don't see how that makes me a gori (White girl)': The multiple and problematic identities of academically successful Pakistani students
Dr Anjam Sultana
'Only the wind hears you...' The experiences of Pakistani girls in a primary school: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis
Rubia Rizwan & Antony Williams
Understanding the experiences of South Asian parents who have a child with autism
Dr Gurdip Theara & Professor David Abbott
Performing Blackness: Disrupting 'race' in the classroom
'Their whole community might be watching them': Teacher and pupil constructions of Muslim girls' aspirations and the role of their families and the community
Dr Ruth Hewett
Addressing an imbalance? Educational Psychologists' considerations of ethnic minority cultural factors in assessments for autistic spectrum condition
What does belonging mean for young people who are International New Arrivals?
Hannah Cartmell & Caroline Bond