Bridging the gap between theory and practice in educational research : methods at the margins / edited by Rachelle Winkle-Wagner, Cheryl A. Hunter, Debora Hinderliter Ortloff
- On the tasks of the critical educational scholar-activist / Michael W. Apple -- Making sense of the call for scientifically based research in education / Ginette Delandshere -- Limits to knowledge with existential significance: an outline for the exploration of post-secular spirituality of relevance to qualitative research / Phil Francis Carspecken -- Theory of the margins: liberating research in education / Barbara Dennis -- Researching as if place mattered: toward a methodology of emplacement / Joshua Hunter -- Twisted time: the educative chronologies of American Indian history / Donald Warren -- Researching Hispanic undergraduates: conceptual and methodological unease / Amaury Nora -- Get real: the process of validating research across racial lines / Rachelle Winkle-Wagner -- Educating the "savage" and "civilized": Santa Clara Pueblo Indians at the 1904 St. Louis Expo / Adrea Lawrence -- Intimately biased: creating purposeful research in American Indian education with appropriate and authentic methodology / Tarajean Yazzie-Mintz -- Lesbian youth and the "not girl" gender: explorations of adolescent lesbian lives through critical life story research / Elizabethe C. Payne -- Breaking the hymen and reclaiming the "cherry": adolescent language use in negotiations of autonomy in a sexuality education program / Cheryl A. Hunter -- Disenfranchisement and power: the role of teachers as mediators in citizenship education policy and practice / Debora Hinderliter Ortloff -- Quantitative approaches as a bridge from the invisible to the visible: the case of basic education policy in a disadvantaged nation / Aki Yonehara.
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- Includes bibliographical references (pages -256) and index.
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