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Personal, passionate, participatory inquiry into social justice in education / edited by Ming Fang He and JoAnn Phillion.


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Publication date:
Charlotte, NC : IAP-Information Age Pub., c2008.
  • Book
  • xi, 283 p. ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
  • Foreword / William Ayers
  • Personal passionate participatory inquiry: research for social justice
  • Ming fang he and joann phillion
  • Stitched from the soul: an auto/biographical inquiry of a black woman principal
  • / sonya d. jefferson
  • Teen mom: a black feminist inquiry / Advis Dell Wilkerson
  • Resilient lives: african american women scholars / Paula Booker Baker
  • Self, others, and jump rope communities: an oral history of the triumphs of
  • African american women / Wynnetta Scott-Simmons
  • Using multicultural literature to develop empathy and compassion in preservice teachers: a first step in preparing culturally responsive teachers / Lyndall Muschell
  • A curriculum of imagination in an era of standardization / Robert Lake
  • A quiet awakening: spinning yarns from granny's table in the new rural south / Angela Haynes
  • African american students with reading disabilities: a critical race inquiry
  • Margie wiggins sweatman
  • Language, culture, and identity: immigrant female students in u.s. high schools / Joanna Stoughton Cavan
  • Reading through brown eyes: toward developing a culturally congruent reading curriculum / Clara Taylor
  • Dalton's suicide: dealing with student death in education / Teresa Rishel
  • Fostering justice in an unjust world: stories of successful native american women in academia / Angela M. Jaime
  • It starts at home: the familial relationship of scholarship, education, and advocacy / Tammy A. Turner-Vorbeck
  • Becoming an agent of social change: stories of sweatshops, sweetshops, and sweetshops and women's social activism / Betty Christine Eng
  • Conclusion: potentials, contributions, concerns, and future directions / JoAnn Phillion and Ming Fang He
  • Epilogue: a love letter to the personal, passionate, participatory research group
  • Bill ayers.
Publisher's Summary:
A volume in Research for Social Justice Personal~Passionate~Participatory Inquiry (Sponsored by AERA Qualitative Research SIG and International Studies SIG) Series Editors Ming Fang He, Georgia Southern University and Jo n Phillion, Purdue University Series Scope: Research for Social Justice: Personal~Passionate~Participatory Inquiry, the book series, demonstrates a form of educational inquiry that connects the personal with the political, the theoretical with the practical, and research with social and educational change. The principle aspect of this form of inquiry that distinguishes it from others is that the researcher is not separate from the socio-political and cultural phenomena of the inquiry, the data collected, findings, interpretations, or writing. The purpose of the proposed book series is to draw together work which demonstrates three distinct qualities: personal~ passionate~ participatory with explicit research agendas that focus on equity, equality, and social justice, specific research methodologies that illustrate the participatory process of the inquiries, and positive social and educational change engendered by the inquiries.Scope of the Book: Personal~Passionate~Participatory Inquiry into Social Justice in Education, the first book in the series, features 14 programs of social justice oriented research on life in schools, families, and communities. This work, done by a diverse group of practitioner researchers, educators, and scholars, connects the personal with the political, the theoretical with the practical, and research with social and educational change. These inquiries demonstrate three distinct qualities. Each is personal, compelled by values and experiences researchers bring to the work. Each is passionate, grounded in a commitment to social justice concerns of people and places under consideration. Each is participatory, built on long-term, heart-felt engagement, and shared efforts. The principle aspect of the inquiries featured in the book series that distinguish it from others is that researchers are not detached observers, nor putatively objective recorders, but active participants in schools, families, and communities. Researchers have explicit research agendas that focus on equity, equality, and social justice.Rather than aiming solely at traditional educational research outcomes, positive social and educational change is the focal outcome of inquiry. The researchers are diverse and their inquiries are far ranging in terms of content, people and geographic locations studied. These studies reflect new and exciting ways of researching and representing experience of the disenfranchised, underrepresented, and invisible groups seldom discussed in the literature, and challenge stereotypical or deficit oriented perspectives on these groups. This book informs pre-service and in-service teachers, educators, educational researchers, administrators, and educational policy makers, particularly those who advocate for people who are marginalized and those who are committed to the enactment of social justice and positive educational and social change.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
He, Ming Fang.
Phillion, JoAnn.
Research for social justice: personal, passionate, participatory inquiry
Research for social justice.

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