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Do children have privacy rights in the classroom ?

Davis, A. J. (2001) 'Do children have privacy rights in the classroom ?', Studies in philosophy and education., 20 (3). pp. 245-54.


Argues that, while students should have the right to privacy in the classroom, there are instances when that right must be waived. Contends, however, that learners cannot acquire a proper understanding of factual material, or the justification for believing it, without being granted a degree of privacy during the learning process. (Contains 10 references.) (NB)

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Keywords:Julie Inness.
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Date of first online publication:May 2001
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