numeracy, social justice, quantitative literacy, democracy, citizenship
We discuss the connection between the numeracy and social justice movements both in historical context and in its modern incarnation. The intersection between numeracy and social justice encompasses a wide variety of disciplines and quantitative topics, but within that variety there are important commonalities. We examine the importance of sound quantitative measures for understanding social issues and the necessity of interdisciplinary collaboration in this work. Particular reference is made to the papers in the first part of the Numeracy special collection on social justice, which appear in this issue.
Hamman, Kira, Victor Piercey, and Samuel L. Tunstall. "Numeracy and Social Justice: A Wide, Deep, and Longstanding Intersection." Numeracy 12, Iss. 1 (2019): Article 2. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5038/1936-46220.127.116.11
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