Theorising Values and their Study in Mathematics Education
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This paper provides a critical summary of the different conceptions of 'values' in mathematics education literature as compared with the more general debate about values in current educational discourse. It attempts to provide a multidimensional theoretical and methodological model for studying values that is attuned with past research in the discipline as well as value of mathematics in society.
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