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Examining social theory : crossing borders/reflecting back / edited by Daniel Ethan Chapman.


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New York : P. Lang, c2010.
  • Book
  • xix, 289 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Introduction / Daniel Ethan Chapman
  • Aloha for sale : a class analysis of Hawaii / Jean J. Ryoo and Peter McLaren
  • American dreams: class in the United States / Susan Falls
  • Global Malawiana : social theory and Malawi's global encounters / Steve Sharra
  • Life among the ruins of empire : a Peace Corps education in Libya / Dennis Carlson
  • Taking a social semiotic view of the spread of English / Tony Lee
  • Monolingual ideology in the US : history, hegemony, and linguistic privilege / Hidehiro Endo and Paul Chamness Reece-Miller
  • All we are saying : identity, communal strife, and the possibility of peace / H. Svi Shapiro
  • Jewish identity in white and black / Daniel Ethan Chapman
  • Sexuality in the Arab world : complexity and contradiction / Rachel Bailey Jones and Shawgi Tell
  • Veiling the queer / C.P. Gause
  • Contributions to social theory from dialogic feminism : giving a voice to all women / Ainhoa Flecha and Lidia Puigvert
  • Feminist consciousness, transnationalism, and the interruption of borders / Leila E. Villaverde
  • "In the spirit" : defining democracy and public education in South Africa / Donyell L. Roseboro
  • Critical race theory, educational equity, and democracy in the US / Sabrina N. Ross
  • Religious identity in the classroom and the looking-glass self / Christopher Stonebanks and Melanie Stonebanks
  • Taking responsibility for the unconscious and Caputo's notion of religion-without-religion / Glenn M. Hudak
  • Indigenous knowledges and pedagogy : a bicultural approach to curriculum / Diti Hill and Adrienne Sansom
  • Reflections on multicultural education in the US : a complicated conversation / Delores D. Liston and Lorraine S. Gilpin.
Chapman, Daniel Ethan.
Counterpoints, 1058-1634 ; v. 355
Counterpoints (New York, N.Y.) v. 355.

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