“Despite the diversity in how we ‘do’ family, normalising discourses of the traditional nuclear family…. continue to underpin dominant representations of appropriate and successful family life” (Robinson & Jones Diaz, 2006: 82). What are the normalising discourses of the traditional nuclear family and how do they operate in perpetuating inequalities? Discuss these in the context of current debates about what constitutes a family. What are the implications of family diversity on teachers and schooling, in terms of policy, curriculum and pedagogy?
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