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Zeta Williams-Brown, Dr

Reader in Education for Social Justice at University of Wolverhampton

Dr Zeta Williams-Brown is a Reader in Education for Social Justice and works for the Education Observatory at the University of Wolverhampton.  Her previous role was a Lecturer in Childhood, Family and Community Studies at the same university.   

She is leader of the Childhood, Youth and Families Research and Scholarship group for the Education Observatory.  She is an executive member of the British Education Studies Association (BESA).  She has served on the committee for 13 years and has just completed a three-year term as Chair.   

Her research interests include education policy and its impact on practitioners and teachers in the early years and primary education, inclusive practice, and social justice.  She is also interested in innovative research methodologies, including Q-methodology.   

Zeta Williams-Brown's contributions

Children and Childhoods

The aim of Children and Childhoods SIG is to explicate, develop, and enhance understandings of children and young people and their childhoods. This includes: how childhoods are shaped socially,...

Children and Childhoods

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