Research methods for social justice and equity in education
- Liz Atkins and Vicky Duckworth.
- London ; New York : Bloomsbury Academic, 2019.
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- xiv, 336 pages : illustration ; 22 cm.
- Bloomsbury research methods for education series.
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|LC213 .A88 2019||Unknown|
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 291-328) and index.
- Series Editor Preface Glossary of Key Terms Introduction Part I: Theorising Social Justice and Equity in Educational Research Methods
- 1. Theoretical Conceptions of Social Justice and Equity
- 2. Applying Socially Just Research Methods with Communities and Individuals
- 3. Socially Just Research as Ethical Endeavour
- 4. Insiders: Educators and Researchers for Social Justice Part II: Research Methods for Social Justice and Equity in Context
- 5. Education, Marginalisation, Voice and Socially Just Methods
- 6. Education, Literacy, Poverty and Social Justice
- 7. Global Perspectives on Research Methods for Equity and Social Justice Part III: Research Methods for Equity and Social Justice
- 8. Collaborative and Participatory Methods
- 9. Ethnographic Approaches
- 10. Methodological Creativity Conclusion References Index.
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Research Methods for Social Justice and Equity in Education offers researchers a full understanding of very important concepts, showing how they can be used a means to develop practical strategies for undertaking research that makes a difference to the lives of marginalised and disadvantaged learners. It explores different conceptualisations of social justice and equity, and leads the reader through a discussion of what their implications are for undertaking educational research that is both moral and ethical and how it can be enacted in the context of their chosen research method and a variety of others, both well-known and more innovative. The authors draw on real, practical examples from a range of educational contexts, including early childhood, special and inclusive education and adult education, and cultures located in both western and developing nations in order to exemplify how researchers can use methods which contribute to the creation of more equitable education systems. In this way, the authors provide a global perspective of the contrasting and creative ways in which researchers reflect on and integrate principles of social justice in their methods and their methodological decision making. It encourages the reader to think critically about their own research by asking key questions, such as: what contribution can research for equity and social justice make to new and emerging methods and methodologies? And how can researchers implement socially just research methods from a position of power? This book concludes by proposing a range of methods and methodologies which researchers can use to challenge inequality and work towards social justice, offering a springboard from which they can further their own studies.
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