Shared education: a case study in social cohesion

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Abstract

Adopting a social cohesion framework, we consider how the shared education model in Northern Ireland reflects distributive, ideational and relational dimensions of social cohesion, and the processes through which its implementation may be contributing to a more socially cohesive society. We use this case study to reflect on the current conceptualisation of social cohesion in the literature and to argue for dynamic and interdependent connections between aspects of cohesion that are often assessed in isolation. Our analysis draws on the body of research on shared education that has accumulated since the first pilots were introduced in 2007.
Original languageEnglish
JournalResearch Papers in Education
Early online date12 Aug 2021
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Publication statusEarly online date - 12 Aug 2021

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