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Researching education for social justice in multilingual settings : ethnographic principles in qualitative research / edited by Jean Conteh.

Publication:
London ; New York, NY : Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2018.
Format/Description:
Book
xvi, 261 pages ; 24 cm
Subjects:
Multilingual education -- Research.
Qualitative research -- Methodology.
Social justice.
Contents:
Principles and processes of ethnographic research in multilingual settings / Jean Conteh
Stories of becoming bilingual in complex contexts / Yi XiLaMuCuo
Misrecognition performances of multilingual social consciousness in the lives of British-Pakistani Muslim teachers / Nasir Mahmood
An ethnographic study of young people from poor rural Sindh, Pakistan / Ambreen Shariar
Reflecting on my positionality as a multilingual researcher / Chisato Danjo
A narrative on the use of interviews to shape an ethnographic research into family language practices / Indu Meddegama
Making young people's voices audible in ethnographic research / Robert Sharples
Liquid methodologies in researching multilingual street performance / Jessica Bradle
Exploring the influences of social background and parental concern on pupils' participation in ability based groups / Samyia Ambreen
Insider and outsider perspectives on the researcher's role / Valerie Nave
Participant observations in community language schools in Australia / Janica Nordstrom
Striving for participation in a case study of bilingual children's experiences of language and identity in state primary schools in Cyprus / Katherine Fincham-Louis
Drawing the threads together and telling the stories / Jean Conteh.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Conteh, Jean, editor.
ISBN:
9781350002630
1350002631
9781350002647
135000264X
9781350002678
9781350002654
OCLC:
967198749
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