Reviewed by Dr S Alexander
Typically an edited book is a loose collection of chapters written by various authors around a theme or topic, agreeing on and promoting to the reader a particular position.
Yelland has instead taken a bold approach of producing an edited book to present “diverse viewpoints, so that readers can discuss the positions and issues being interrogated and make their own evaluations” (p.9).
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