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"Reading about the problems that occur when market norms mix with social norms. Important reflections can be made related to prizes for learning and behaviour in schools." Dec 14, 2014 11:14PM

 
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""Even well-intentioned and well-planned professional efforts can reinforce rather than alleviate the underlying problem of struggling communities - people are taught to define themselves and their communities by their needs and deficiencies rather than their assets and capacities" John McKnight" Dec 05, 2014 07:22PM

 
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