Moral imagination: an introduction to the special issue

L. Bøttcher, M. Adams

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    Abstract

    In this special issue, a group of international scholars explore how the concept of moral imagination anchored in the cultural-historical tradition can be of use to further address central research questions at the heart of learning and development. Moving beyond the original study that proposed the moral imagination as a way to understand the reengagement of students with a history of school failure, through mediating quality relationships between teachers and students (Vadeboncoeur & Vellos, 2016), the articles in this issue investigate the potential of the concept in a variety of settings within educational and developmental studies. Before presenting an outline of the articles, a brief introduction to the concept of the moral imagination is provided.
    Original languageEnglish
    Article number100503
    Number of pages4
    JournalLearning, Culture and Social Interaction
    Volume30
    Issue numberPart B
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - Sep 2021

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