1st Edition

Multicultural Research Race, Class, Gender and Sexual Orientation

Edited By Carl A. Grant Copyright 1999
    290 Pages
    by Routledge

    292 Pages
    by Routledge

    This is a book at the cutting edge of research on multiculturalism. With contributions from top American authors currently working in this area, the result is a text that not only dissects the multicultural issues facing education in the USA today, but also reveals the methods and procedures of research into this contentious area.

    1. The Idea, the Invitation and Chapter Themes Carl A. Grant 2. Reconstituting an Ethnography: What Post-Modernism Social Theory Does for the Study of Teacher Education Tom S. Popkewitz 3. Multiculture in the Making Elizabeth Ellsworth 4. I Was Born to Roll: Graduate School From the Margins Jennifer E. Obidah 5. Between Neo and Post: Critique and Transformation in Critical Educational Studies Michael W. Apple 6. Writing Gender Into Reading Research Donna E. Alvermann 7. Narrating My Life Mary Louise Gomez 8. Roots and Wings: Conceptual Underpinnings For Research and Contributions Related To Diversity Eugene E. Garcia 9. In Search of a Method For Liberating Education and Research: The Half (That) Has Not Been Told Joyce E. King 10. Finding My Life's Work Mildred J. Hudson 11. The Professional Is The Personal: Personal Identity and Research Agenda Michael C. Thornton 12. 'Funny, You Don't Look Puerto Rican', and Other Musings on Developing a Philosophical Orientation to Multicultural Education Research Sinai Nieto 13. Personal and Intellectual Motivation For Working From The Margin Carl A. Grant 14. The Educational Researcher as Critical Social Agent: Some Personal Reflections on Marxist Criticism in Postmodern De-Educational Climates Peter McLaren 15. Writing From The Heart Christine Sleeter 16. Research as Praxis: Unlearning Oppression and Research Journeys Beth Blue Swadener 17. Stumbling Toward Knowledge: Enacting and Embodying Qualitative Research Beth Graue and Becky Ropers-Huilman 18. Becoming a Researcher: It's the Trip Not the Destination and Studying the Monocultural Preservice Teachers Mary Lou Fuller 19. Circling Toward Research Reba Neukom Page


    Carl A. Grant

    '... the book is being quarries for chapters on the interpenetration of personal concerns and research, both in choices of focus as well as in writing up accounts.' - - British Journal of Educational Studies