4 edition of Ethnographies of educational and cultural conflicts found in the catalog.
Ethnographies of educational and cultural conflicts
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Bob Jeffrey, Geoffrey Walford.|
|Series||Studies in educational ethnography -- v. 9|
|Contributions||Jeffrey, Bob, 1946-, Walford, Geoffrey.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 275 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||275|
Book Reviews The Cultural Production of the Educated Person: Critical Ethnographies of Schooling and Local Practice edited by Bradley A. Levinson, Douglas E. Foley, and Dorothy C. Holland. Foreword by Lois Weis. Albany: State University of New York Press, pp. Critical educational research on schooling and anthropological ethnographies do. anthropology, classification and analysis of humans and their society, descriptively, culturally, historically, and physically. Its unique contribution to studying the bonds of human social relations has been the distinctive concept of has also differed from other sciences concerned with human social behavior (especially sociology) in its emphasis on data from nonliterate peoples.
This book consists of a set of studies and essays that represent the best work being done in the area of qualitative research in early childhood settings (children from birth to about age 8). Research in this area involves studies of young children in educational contexts, day care, and preschool settings. The Introduction, "Qualitative Research in Early Childhood Settings," by J. Cited by: Ethnographies by Culture Area, Region, and Topic The following list contains suggestions for ethnographic research projects in Anthropology Courses at Douglas College taught by McIlwraith. Some of these texts may not be available at Douglas, although all of them can be ordered through inter-library loan. If you are interested in researching aFile Size: 81KB.
Title of book Ethnographies of educational and cultural conflicts: strategies and resolutions Publication date Series Studies in educational ethnography ; v. 5 Total chapters 11 Start page 45 End page. But generational conflicts are exacerbated in immigrant families by enormous cultural differences between parents and their children. Immigrant parents usually speak their native languages and follow traditional customs at home, while their American-born children learn the English language and American customs from teachers, the mass media, and.
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Get this from a library. Ethnographies of educational and cultural conflicts: strategies and resolutions. [Bob Jeffrey; Geoffrey Walford;] -- The articles in this volume illuminate educational disjunctions, ambiguities and tensions, agency, strategic action and resolution, and show how incongruencies arise, how contexts affect.
Get this from a library. Ethnographies of educational and cultural conflicts: strategies and resolutions. [Bob Jeffrey; Geoffrey Walford;] -- National Curricula need to be interpreted in terms of the cultures and experience of learners and adjusted accordingly, for example a literacy and history curriculum needs to include perspectives.
The primary objective of Studies in Educational Ethnography is to present original research monographs or edited volumes based on ethnographic perspectives, theories, and methodologies. Such research will advance the development of theory, practice, policy, and praxis for improving schooling and education in neighborhood, community, and global.
Books shelved as ethnography: The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down: A Hmong Child, Her American Doctors, and the Collision of Two Cultures by Anne Fa.
Jeffrey, Bob and Walford, Geoffrey eds. ().Ethnographies of Educational and Cultural Conflicts: Strategies and Resolutions. Studies in Educational Ethnography, 9.
Ethnography in Education is an accessible guidebook to the different approaches taken by ethnographers studying education. Drawing on their own experience of teaching and using these methods, the authors help you cultivate an 'ethnographic imagination' in your.
Six articles focus on educational inequality, three on identity development and we include three that discuss methodological issues of partisanship in researching equality s in Educational Ethnography: Ethnographies of Education and Cultural Conflicts: Strategies and Resolutions (Hardcover).
The Cultural Production of the Educated Person: Critical Ethnographies of Schooling and Local Practice (Suny Series, Power, Social Identity and Education) [Levinson, Bradley A., Weis, Lois, Holland, Dorothy C., Foley, Douglas E.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Cultural Production of the Educated Person: Critical Ethnographies of Schooling and Cited by: Our organisation – Ethnography and Education (E&E) – is committed to understanding the nature of people’s educational lives – teachers, pupils, students, supports staff and managers.
We carry out research using ethnography methodology that prioritises the perspectives of people’s lives. Ethnography is a kind of social research and the product of this kind of research.
An older term with partially overlapping meaning is ethnology, but this is now rarely raphy is a form of inquiry that usually relies heavily on participant observation—on the researcher participating in the setting or with the people being studied, at least in some marginal role, and seeking to.
Eleven historical-ethnographic case studies examine the social and cultural projects of modern schools, and the contestations, dramatic and not, that emerge in and around and against them.
These case studies, ranging from Taiwan to South Texas, build upon an original joining of anthropology, critical education theory, and cultural studies. The studies advance the concept.
Ethnographies as texts offer excellent insight into how social anthropologists undertake their fieldwork, what it is like to experience daily life in an environment that may be initially unfamiliar, and the political, economic and social dynamics involved in collecting ‘data’.
By providing specific, in-depth case studies, they can serve as excellent means for teaching about global issues. Ethnographies as Pedagogical Tools. Beyond shattering many myths and stereotypes, ethnographies can become useful tools for implementing real changes in the classroom. While no book can be a handbook for dealing with diversity, ethnography can help readers recognize how the layers of culture extend beyond the classroom walls.
This book introduces the interwoven practices of methodo- logical being, ‘ways of seeing’ (Berger ) and genres of writing that mark out the best ethnographic work in education.
Comparing Ethnographies presents cross-national comparisons that give researchers and students a fresh look at familiar concepts. How does it matter, for example, to think in terms of “majorities” rather than “minorities,” “migrants” rather than “immigrants,” or “intercultural education” rather than “multicultural.
This book, which presents ethnographic studies of multiethnic classrooms and schools in their community context, was designed to illuminate the benefits of an anthropological approach that recognizes the centrality of culture in education.
Papers are grouped under three headings: (1) Cross-Culturally Compatible Schooling; (2) Community Contexts; and (3) Constructive Author: Marietta Saravia-Shore, Steven F. Arvizu. Mexican Ethnographies Note: This is hardly an exhaustive list. It contains some “classic” ethnographies from the s and s, some of my own favorites from the s through s, and some of the more recent ethnographies from the.
Hillyard, S.H. () ‘The case for partisan research: Erving Goffman and researching social inequalities’, in B. Jeffrey and G. Walford (ed.), Ethnographies of Educational and Cultural Conflicts: Strategies and Resolutions (Studies in Educational Ethnography, Vol. 9), Bingley: Emerald Press. 9 – Title of book Ethnographies of educational and cultural conflicts: strategies and resolutions Editor(s) Walford, G.
Jeffrey, R. Publication date Series Studies in educational ethnography; v.9 Chapter number 4. Ethnography is the investigation and description of cultures and societies through fieldwork.
Ethnographers conduct empirical research by immersing in local. This book advocates and demonstrates the benefits of an anthropological approach that recognizes the centrality of culture in the educational process. This approach encompasses knowledge and understanding of other cultures’ patterns of interaction, values, institutions, metaphors and symbols as well as cross-cultural communication skills.‘In Education and Cultural Citizenship Nick Stevenson presents a powerful argument concerning how education can and should promote democracy, accompanied by critiques of how all-too-often education fails to do so.
Full of strong ideas, arguments, engagement with key thinkers, Stevenson's book should be of great interest to all concerned with.There are several approaches to finding ethnographies; each depending on your knowledge or comfort level with the course material.
Look at sources that provide background information on work of anthropologists or sources that provide overviews of cultural groups (encyclopedias, handbooks, bibliographies).; Look for ethnographies in the book form in the Library Catalogue.