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Understanding critical race research methods and methodologies : lessons from the field

Author: Jessica T Decuir-Gunby; Thandeka K Chapman; Paul Shutz
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2019. ©2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Despite the growing urgency for Critical Race Theory in the field of education, the "how" of this theoretical framework can often be overlooked. This exciting edited collection presents different methods and methodologies, which are used by education researchers, to investigate critical issues of racial justice in education from a CRT perspective. Featuring scholars from a range of disciplines, the chapters  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jessica T Decuir-Gunby; Thandeka K Chapman; Paul Shutz
ISBN: 9781138294707 1138294705 9781138294691 1138294691
OCLC Number: 1080248564
Description: xx, 202 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Critical race theory, racial justice, and education: understanding critical race research methods and methodologies / Jessica DeCuir-Gunby, Thandeka K. Chapman, and Paul A. Schutz --
Understanding the why of whiteness: negrophobia, segregation and, the legacy of white resistance to black education in Mississippi / Jamel K. Donnor --
CRT in education: historical/archival analyses / Jerome E. Morris and Benjamin D. Parker --
Can you hear (and see) me now?: race-ing American language ariationist/change and sociolinguistic research methodologies / Sonja L. Lanehart --
A match made in heaven: tribal critical race theory and critical indigenous research methodologies / Bryan McKinley Jones Brayboy and Jeremiah Chin --
Taking it to the streets: critical race theory, participatory research and social justice / Adrienne D. Dixson, ArCasia James, and Brittany Frieson --
The commitment to break rules: critical race theory, jazz methodology and the struggle for justice in education / David Stovall --
Critical race perspectives on narrative research in education: centering intersectionality / Theodorea Regina Berry and Elizabeth J. Bowers Cook --
Not one, but many: a CRT research team approach to investigate student experiences in racially diverse settings / Thandeka K. Chapman, Nicholas Hartlep, May Vang, Talonda Lipsey, and Tatiana Joseph --
Bridging theories to name and claim a critical race feminista methodology / Dolores Delgado Bernal, Lindsay Pérez Huber, and María Malagón --
Quants & crits: using numbers for social justice (or, how not to be lied to with statistics) / Claire E. Crawford, Sean Demack, David Gillborn, and Paul Warmington --
Expanding educational pipelines: critical race quantitative intersectionality as a transactional methodology / Alejandro Covarrubias, Pedro E. Nava, Argelia Lara, Rebeca Burciaga, and Daniel Solórzano --
Critical race cartographies: exploring map-making as anti-racist praxis / Verónica N. Vélez and Daniel Solórzano --
Critical race mixed methodology: designing a research study combining critical race theory and mixed methods research / Jessica T. DeCuir-Gunby and Paul A. Schutz --
Where do we go from here? A future agenda for understanding critical race research methods and methodologies / Thandeka K. Chapman & Jessica T. DeCuir-Gunby.
Responsibility: edited by Jessica T. DeCuir-Gunby, Thandeka K. Chapman, and Paul A. Schutz.

Abstract:

"Despite the growing urgency for Critical Race Theory in the field of education, the "how" of this theoretical framework can often be overlooked. This exciting edited collection presents different methods and methodologies, which are used by education researchers, to investigate critical issues of racial justice in education from a CRT perspective. Featuring scholars from a range of disciplines, the chapters showcase how various researchers synthesize different methods--including qualitative, quantitative, mixed-methods, historical and archival research--with CRT to explore issues of equity and access in the field of education. Scholars discuss their current research approaches using CRT and present new models of conducting research within a CRT framework, offering a valuable contribution to ongoing methodological debates. Researchers across different levels of expertise will find the articulations of CRT and methods insightful and compelling"--

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