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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Autoethnography as a lighthouse
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Stephen D Hancock; Ayana Allen; Chance W Lewis
|Description:||1 online resource.|
|Contents:||Common threads : culturalized patterns and conceptual understandings of race, research, and the politics of schooling / Stephen D. Hancock and Ayana Allen --
Your inquiry is not like mine : structuring a critical constructivist approach to autoethnographic inquiry / Stephen D. Hancock --
Going native/being native : the promise of critical co-constructed autoethnography for checking race, class, and gender in/out of the field / Sherick Hughes and Kate Willink --
Autoethnography as counternarrative : confronting myths in the academy : an African American female perspective / Lisa R. Merriweather --
From being considered at-risk to becoming resilient : an autoethnography of an immigrant child finding her voice in becoming a U.S. citizen / Rosalinda Mercado-Garza --
Race, gender, and single parenting : dismantling the "invisible" myth around intellectual black female scholars / Andrea L. Tyler and Lameesa Muhammad --
Fragmented but unbroken : forming a black white biracial identity in the South / Anthony Ash --
Black-self/white-context : an autoethnography of hurt, hope, and heroism in predominantly white schools / Ayana Allen --
Black women professors' evolving teacher identities : reconciling past, present, and future / Tambra O. Jackson and Michelle L. Bryan --
Stimulating conversions : critical teaching, changing paradigms, and the politics of schooling in an urban elementary context / Stephen D. Hancock --
The implications of autoethnographic research for access to equity and achievement / Ayana Allen, Stephen D. Hancock, and Chance W. Lewis.
|Responsibility:||edited by Stephen D. Hancock, Ayana Allen, Chance W. Lewis.|
- Ethnology -- Biographical methods.
- Ethnology -- Authorship.
- Minorities in higher education -- United States.
- African American scholars.
- Hispanic American scholars.
- Minorities in higher education.
- United States.
- SOCIAL SCIENCE / Discrimination & Race Relations
- SOCIAL SCIENCE / Minority Studies