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2008 | 1 | 79-91
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Wybór szkoły a równość i sprawiedliwość - kilka uwag wokół zasad społecznych

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School choice and equality and justice - some comments over social rules
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Celem artykułu było przeanalizowanie, opisanie i scharakteryzowanie współczesnych rozwiązań w zakresie wyboru szkoły praktykowanych w wybranych systemach szkolnych krajów europejskich i pozaeuropejskich (Dania, Holandia, Stany Zjednoczone, Japonia, Wielka Brytania, Szwecja, Kanada). Następnie przedyskutowano praktyki wyboru szkoły w kontekście założeń dwóch koncepcji sprawiedliwości – Johna Rawls’a i Roberta Nozick’a.
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  • Uniwersytet Medyczny im. Karola Marcinkowskiego w Poznaniu
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