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Teaching young people about care will promote a sense of responsibility and political and social activities in the local and global sphere. Also providing care to all stakeholders in the school is a crucial element as care as an ethos is extremely important in itself. In seeking to promote equality, Lynch’s approach to care is actually quite hierarchical and embodies a power relationship between the one who is able to care for others and those who need the care; hence, the carer has an advantageous position at the expense of the cared for.
An Outline of Second Language Acquisition Theories by Mariusz Trawinski