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Cultural constructions of identity : meta-ethnography and theory

Author: Luis Urrieta; George W Noblit
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, cop. 2018.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Luis Urrieta; George W Noblit
ISBN: 9780190676087 0190676086
OCLC Number: 1079370606
Description: xii, 276 p. ; 24 cm
Contents: PrefaceAbout the EditorsContributors1. Cultural Identity Theory and Education: What we have learned about selves and othersLuis Urrieta, Jr.2. Meta-ethnography: Adaptation and returnGeorge W. Noblit3. Meta-Ethnography: An Exploratory Inquiry into Black Racial Identity Theory & Qualitative ResearchCharles Price and Orisanmi Burton4. Multiracial Youth Identity Meta-Ethnography: Moving from Themes of Fluidity, Exclusion, and Space to Uncovering Paradigmatic Impact and the Dangers of WhiteblindnessSilvia Bettez, Aurora Chang, and Kathleen Edwards5. Beyond Survival: A Portrait of Latin@ Identity in North CarolinaTommy Ender and Esmeralda Rodriguez6. Spaces in Between: A meta-ethnography of racialized Southeast Asian American youth identities Lan Quach Kolano, Cherese Childers-McKee, and Elena King7. Tools of Navigation: A Meta-ethnography of Latina students, gender, and sexualityHillary Parkhouse and Summer Pennell8. How 'Identity Play' Protects White Privilege: A Meta-Ethnographic methodological testAlison LaGarry and Timothy Conder9. Native Youth Navigating Identity through Colonization, Culture, and Community: A Meta-ethnographyKarla Martin and Leslie Locklear10. The Denial of Competence: Race, class and gender in the construction of smartness and identityBeth Hatt 11. Theorizing Identity from Qualitative Synthesis: Implications and conclusions George Noblit and Luis Urrieta, Jr.Index
Responsibility: edited by Luis Urrieta, Jr. and George W. Noblit.


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