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Challenging status quo retrenchment : new directions in critical research

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Critical constructions (2013)

Call Number:

Cubb LB1028.24 .C35 2013

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/10162927

Keywords:

Action research in education--United States, Critical pedagogy--United States, Qualitative research--United States

Abstract:

Contents: Uncollapsing ethics: racialized sciencism, settler coloniality, and an ethical framework of decolonial participatory action research / Eve Tuck and Monique Guishard -- Challenging epistemological authority in qualitative research: an emancipatory approach / Noah De Lissovoy, Emmet Campos, and Jeannette Alarcon -- On considering quantitative research / Faith Agostinone-Wilson -- Song of myself: honoring the individual as critical scholarship / P.L. Thomas -- Letters as windows into a life of praxis: using the epistolary genre to explore the tensions between the private self and public action / Robert Lake -- Flexible, reciprocal, and on-site research: developing praxis that productively challenges all participants in a U.S. urban school community / Patricia Paugh, Jorgeline Abbate-Vaughn, and Geoff Rose -- Multivoiced research with children: exploring methodological issues in children's documentation of school projects / Christina Siry and Carola Mick -- "Talk to students about what's really going on": researching the experiences of marginalized youth / Carl E. James and Leanne Taylor -- The politics of nativism in U.S. public education: critical race theory and Burundian children with refugee status / Nick Mariner, Allison Anders, and Jessica Lester -- Video of the oppressed: insights into local knowledge, perspectives, and interests with youth / Donna DeGennaro and Rick Duque -- Qualitative research for antiracism: a feminist approach informed by Marxism / Sarah Bell and Mike Cole.

Publication Language:

eng