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Betweener autoethnographies : a path towards social justice

Author: Marcelo Diversi; Cláudio Moreira
Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2018. ©2018
Series: Qualitative inquiry and social justice.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In this book, a follow-up to their first book Betweener Talk, the authors share autoethnographies about being and doing scholarship as betweeners searching for inclusivity. The authors have witnessed an escalation of division in their native Brazil and in the USA, as well as in South America more broadly and Europe - places that had been making steady, albeit slow, progress toward greater inclusion. The book  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: ebook version :
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marcelo Diversi; Cláudio Moreira
ISBN: 9781138560147 1138560146 9781138560154 1138560154
OCLC Number: 1007308080
Description: xiii, 139 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Performing social justice --
Expanding the circle of us --
Locating betweener autoethnographies in qualitative inquiry --
Betweener autoethnographies --
Betweenness in writing and performativity --
Betweenness in systemic exclusion --
Betweenness in decolonizing inquiry --
Contemporary issues on us versus them --
Betweener autoethnographies --
Traveling identities --
Activism through decolonizing inquiry.
Series Title: Qualitative inquiry and social justice.
Responsibility: Marcelo Diversi and Claudio Moreira.

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In this book, a follow-up to their first book Betweener Talk, the authors share autoethnographies about being and doing scholarship as betweeners searching for inclusivity. The authors have witnessed an escalation of division in their native Brazil and in the USA, as well as in South America more broadly and Europe - places that had been making steady, albeit slow, progress toward greater inclusion. The book explores identity, interactions, existence, and possibilities in the spaces between "Us" and "Them" to help current and future generations imagine a more inclusive way of living - as Us. It is about how two Third World scholars think the Postcolonial/Decolonizing discourse - with a performance studies lens - can further notions of inclusive social justice through scholarship borne out of lived oppression and the struggle for humanization. It is a union of two authors who, in their own words "have been close friends since our youth, both captivated by Paulo Freire's notion of education and social transformation through a praxis of conscientizacao (conscientization), but who experienced life growing up at opposite ends of the social class spectrum. Early through love and later through theory, we have come to viscerally inhabit and embrace our betweener identities in scholarship and daily lives, breaking the distance between us and the paradigms that attempt to separate political, personal, and professional life."

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