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The handbook of critical theoretical research methods in education / edited by Cheryl E. Matias.

Publication:
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2021.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (xxi, 365 pages) : illustrations
Series:
Routledge handbooks
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Subjects:
Education -- Research -- Methodolgy.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Biography/History:
Cheryl E. Matias is a full professor and Director of Secondary Education in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Kentucky. Her research focuses on race, whiteness, and education, and she was awarded the 2020 American Educational Research Association Division K Mid-Career award. She's a motherscholar of three.
Summary:
"This book approaches theory as a method for doing research, rather than as a background framework. The book seeks to address three main questions: How does theory operate as a methodological approach for doing theoretical research? What are the various existing critical theoretical frames that can be utilized as theoretical research methods? How do the insights that theoretical research, rooted in theoretical research methods, contribute understandings of education that non-theoretical research often fails to grasp?"-- Provided by publisher
Contents:
Preface: "Researching Under the Mortal Realities of Pandemic Life" / Cheryl E. Matias
Introduction
Critical race hermeneutics: A theoretical method for researching the unconscious of white supremacy in education
The postdigital challenge of critical educational research
Aspiring to a sociogenic phenomenology: A theoretical method in emancipatory research
A fused theory of biopower and political vulnerability as a theoretical method to investigate 'Difficult Knowledge'
Uncovering internalized whiteness through critical race counterstories: Navigating our experiences in the state of Texas
Phenomenology of racial embodiment: Method and the study of white humanity in education
Visually mapping totality: Fredric Jameson's Greimasian Square
Cultivating culturally situated theorizing in educational research: Challenging imperialistic curriculum and training
Synthesizing theoretical, qualitative, and quantitative research: Metasynthesis as a methodology for education
Agential realism: Applying Barad's ontology to reconceptualize teaching and learning mathematics for social justice
Toward a transgressive decolonial hermeneutics in activist education research
Thinking with habitus in the study of learner identities
Theorizing with assemblage: Context and text in youth studies
Using critical race spatial method to understand disparities in controlled choice plans
Critical chronotopic analysis for disrupting whitewashedness in TESOL teacher education
Postformal method for critical education research
Black Lives Mattering in and out of schools: Anti-Black racism, racial violence, and a hope for Black imagination in educational research
Beyond the individual: Deploying the sociological imagination as a research method in the neoliberal university
Unapologetic Black inquiry: Centering blackness in education research
Paying emotional tolls: Politics, poststructural narrative theory, and research on race and racism subjects for emotional well-being
Meditations on experience: The politics and ethics of "Not knowing" in educational research.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on May 06, 2021).
Contributor:
Matias, Cheryl E., editor.
Other format:
Print version: Handbook of critical theoretical research methods in education.
ISBN:
9780429056963
0429056966
9780429614927
0429614926
0429616139
9780429613715
0429613717
9780429616136
9780367174675
9780367174682
OCLC:
1226878595
Publisher Number:
10.4324/9780429056963 doi
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.