Theory and Educational Research
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BeschreibungThroughout U.S. history, education policies, practices, and politics have been described and tested to yield empirical data, often with little attempt to place findings in a larger theoretical infrastructure that could provide them with increased explanatory, critical, or even liberatory power. This collection fills that void by taking the point of view that neither research nor theory alone is adequate to the task of social explanation. Instead, Jean Anyon and her collaborators argue that they imbricate and instantiate one another, forming and informing each other as the inquiry process unfolds.
InhaltsverzeichnisIntroduction: Critical Social Theory, Educational Research, and Intellectual Agency, Jean Anyon Part I - Theory and Explanatory Analysis
1. Critical Social Theory and the Study of Urban School Discipline: The Culture of Control in a Bronx High School, Kathleen Nolan Personal Reflection
2. Theorizing Student Poetry as Resistance to School-based Surveillance: Not Any Theory Will Do, Jen Weiss Personal Reflection
3. Theorizing Redistribution and Recognition in Urban Educational Research: 'How Do We Get Dictionaries at Cleveland?' Michael J. Dumas Personal Reflection Part II - Theorizing with Research Participants
4. Theorizing Back: An Approach to Participatory Policy Analysis, Eve Tuck Personal Reflection
5. Low-income Latina Parents, School Choice, and Pierre Bourdieu, Madeline Perez Personal Reflection
6. Queer Theory and Teen Sexuality: Unclear Lines, Darla Linville Personal Reflection Epilogue, Michelle Fine
PortraitJean Anyon is Professor of Social and Educational Policy in the Urban Education Doctoral Program at The Graduate Center of the City University of New York.
Pressestimmen"This volume scrubs the mystique off social theories, making them accessible and even agreeable to a much wider audience, thus opening up immeasurable opportunities for future creative application. As instructor and students, we could not recommend this book more highly."--International Journal of Qualititative Studies in Education 2009 "This has been a valuable book for me, and I recommend it to anyone considering using social theory in their research, particularly doctoral students."--Joseph A. Maxwell, Education Review, January 2010
Untertitel: Toward Critical Social Explanation. 'Critical Youth Studies'. 1 black & white tables. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Erscheinungsdatum: August 2008
Seitenanzahl: 220 Seiten