3 edition of Ethnographies of Education & Cultural Conflicts, Volume 9 found in the catalog.
December 6, 2004
by JAI Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Bob Jeffrey (Editor), Geoffrey Walford (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||284|
Buy The Cultural Production of the Educated Person: Critical Ethnographies of Schooling and Local Practice (SUNY series, Power, Social Identity, and Education) by Levinson, Bradley A., Weis, Lois, Holland, Dorothy C., Foley, Douglas E. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2). Industry Reviews. It is a pleasure to welcome a new edition of Cultural Studies, the most comprehensive, dispassionate and insightful treatment of this turbulent Emma A. Jane's additions, new topics are opened up with a sure-footed adventurousness that is both scholarly and thought-provoking, adding a distinctive update to a reliable resource.
An Ethnographic Study of Culture in the Context of Organizational Change Loizos Heracleous National University of Singapore The author employed an ethnographic research approach, combined with a clinical ele-ment, to explore the nature and role of culture in the context of organizational change. against which questions of the politics of cultural recognition are entertained, defined, or rejected in U.S. cultural, political, and legal life. Hence, this example, far from being anomalous and exotic, is the unacknowledged paradigm of cultural conflict in .
The major goal of this study was to assess the role of indigenous institutions in handling/ settling conflicts in the Kembata people in Kembata–Tembaro Zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Regional State (SNNPRS).The research was conducted in Kedida Gamelo woreda and it was purposively selected. This selection was based on the following reasons. The studies advance the concept of cultural production as a way of understanding the dynamics of power and identity formation underlying different forms of "education." Using the concept of the "educated person" as a culture-specific construct, the authors examine conflicts and points of convergence between cultural practices and knowledges.
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Get this from a library. Ethnographies of educational and cultural conflicts: strategies and resolutions. [Bob Jeffrey; Geoffrey Walford;] -- The articles in this volume illuminate educational disjunctions, ambiguities and tensions, agency, strategic action and resolution, and show Volume 9 book incongruencies arise, how contexts affect.
This book, which presents ethnographic studies of multiethnic classrooms and schools in their community context, was designed to illuminate the benefits of an anthropological approach that recognizes the centrality of culture in education. Papers are grouped under three headings: (1) Cross-Culturally Compatible Schooling; (2) Community Contexts; and (3) Constructive Author: Marietta Saravia-Shore, Steven F.
Arvizu. Get this from a library. Ethnographies of educational and cultural conflicts: strategies and resolutions. [Bob Jeffrey; Geoffrey Walford;] -- National Curricula need to be interpreted in terms of the cultures and experience of learners and adjusted accordingly, for example a literacy and history curriculum needs to include perspectives.
The writers in this volume have carried out ethnographies that illuminate educational disjunctions, ambiguities and tensions, agency, strategic action and resolution. Their methodology enables them to show, in detail, how incongruencies arise, how contexts affect interactions, what kind of agency operates, and the circumstances leading to.
Ethnography in Education is an accessible guidebook to the different approaches taken by ethnographers studying education. Drawing on their own experience of teaching and using these methods, the authors help you cultivate an 'ethnographic imagination' in your.
Bilingual Education in a Chinese Community: An Ethnography in Progress Grace Pung Guthrie 9. Individual Differences in Growing up Bilingual Ana Celia Zentella An Ethnographic Study of Home/School Role Conflicts of Second Generation Puerto Rican Adolescents Marietta Saravia-Shore and Herminio Martínez Pages: The Cultural Production of the Educated Person: Critical Ethnographies of Schooling and Local Practice (Suny Series, Power, Social Identity and Education) [Levinson, Bradley A., Weis, Lois, Holland, Dorothy C., Foley, Douglas E.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Cultural Production of the Educated Person: Critical Ethnographies of Schooling and Cited by: There are several approaches to finding ethnographies; each depending on your knowledge or comfort level with the course material.
Look at sources that provide background information on work of anthropologists or sources that provide overviews of cultural groups (encyclopedias, handbooks, bibliographies).; Look for ethnographies in the book form in the Library Catalogue. Bilingual Education in a Chinese Community: An Ethnography in Progress Grace Pung Guthrie 9.
Individual Differences in Growing up Bilingual Ana Celia Zentella An Ethnographic Study of Home/School Role Conflicts of Second Generation Puerto Rican Adolescents Marietta Saravia-Shore and Herminio Martínez Source: Cultural Anthropology, Vol.
9, No. 3, Further Inflections: Toward Ethnographies of the Future (Aug., ), pp. Published by: Blackwell Publishing on behalf of the American. Eleven historical-ethnographic case studies examine the social and cultural projects of modern schools, and the contestations, dramatic and not, that emerge in and around and against them.
These case studies, ranging from Taiwan to South Texas, build upon an original joining of anthropology, critical education theory, and cultural studies.
The studies advance the concept. Comparing Ethnographies presents cross-national comparisons that give researchers and students a fresh look at familiar concepts. How does it matter, for example, to think in terms of “majorities” rather than “minorities,” “migrants” rather than “immigrants,” or “intercultural education” rather than “multicultural.
The chosen selections are arranged around several important themes: approaches to the study of schools, education and cultural process in the United States, cultural process in education viewed transculturally, transcultural comparisons, and teaching culture/5(2).
Immigration has reshaped America since the mids. Today immigrants make up one-tenth of the U.S. population. Their U.S.-born children constitute nearly another tenth.
In the nation’s two largest cities, New York and Los Angeles, more than. The Cultural Production of the Educated Person: Critical Ethnographies of Schooling and Local Practice.
Bradley Levinson. Douglas Foley, and Dorothy Holland, eds. Albany: State University of Author: Tim Sieber. Ethnographies by Culture Area, Region, and Topic The following list contains suggestions for ethnographic research projects in Anthropology Courses at Douglas College taught by McIlwraith.
Some of these texts may not be available at Douglas, although all of them can be ordered through inter-library loan. If you are interested in researching aFile Size: 81KB. Anthropologists know that conservation often disempowers already under-privileged groups, and that it also fails to protect environments.
Through a series of ethnographic studies, this book argues that the real problem is not the disappearance of "pristine nature" or even the land-use practices of uneducated people.
Carol J. Greenhouse is Department Chair and Arthur W. Marks '19 Professor of Anthropology at Princeton University. She is the author of The Paradox of Relevance: Ethnography and Citizenship in the United States, also available from the University of Pennsylvania Press, as well as coeditor of Ethnography in Unstable Places: Everyday Life in Pages: Hillyard, S.H.
() ‘The case for partisan research: Erving Goffman and researching social inequalities’, in B. Jeffrey and G. Walford (ed.), Ethnographies of Educational and Cultural Conflicts: Strategies and Resolutions (Studies in Educational Ethnography, Vol.
9), Bingley: Emerald Press. 9 –. Source: Cultural Anthropology, Vol. 9, No. 3, Further Inflections: Toward Ethnographies of the Future (Aug., ), pp. Published by: Blackwell Publishing on behalf of the American Anthropological Association.Cultural anthropology is a branch of anthropology focused on the study of cultural variation among humans.
It is in contrast to social anthropology, which perceives cultural variation as a subset of a posited anthropological constant. Cultural anthropology has a rich methodology, including participant observation (often called fieldwork because it requires the anthropologist spending .‘In Education and Cultural Citizenship Nick Stevenson presents a powerful argument concerning how education can and should promote democracy, accompanied by critiques of how all-too-often education fails to do so.
Full of strong ideas, arguments, engagement with key thinkers, Stevenson's book should be of great interest to all concerned with.