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Interpretive Ethnography Of Education At Home And Abroad

Author : Louise Spindler
ISBN : 9781317766858
Genre : Education
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This ambitious and unique volume sets a standard of excellence for research in educational ethnography. The interpretive studies brought together in this volume are outstanding discipline-based analyses of education both in the United States and in complex societies abroad.
Category: Education

The Psychoanalytic Study Of Society V 17

Author : L. Bryce Boyer
ISBN : UOM:39015086981142
Genre : Psychology
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In Volume 17, a series of critical appreciations of George and Louise Spindler's multidisciplinary contributions focus on homogeneity and heterogeneity in American cultural anthropology (S. Parman); the molding of American anthropology (M. Suarez); education (H. Trueba); and the uses of projective techniques in the field (R. Edgerton & G. DeVos). Additional topics include the primary process (M. Spiro); psychotherapy and culture (L. Bloom); unconscious aspects of the Arab-Israeli conflict (A. Falk); and medieval messianism and Sabbatianism (W. Meissner).
Category: Psychology

Speaking The Language Of Power

Author : Edited by David Fetterman (Professor of Stanford, University, USA).
ISBN : 9781135396343
Genre : Education
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First Published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Education


Author : David M. Fetterman
ISBN : 9781412950459
Genre : Social Science
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The Third Edition of the best-selling Ethnography: Step-By-Step guides readers in managing mountains of ethnographic data and making meaningful statements based on that data. The second edition provided coverage of a then "new frontier"--the Internet. This new edition builds on that coverage and offers an up-to-date discussion of technology in ethnography, covering a range of topics from technological tools to research with virtual communities. Other notable additions to this updated classic include increased coverage of ethics in ethnography and updated examples and references from a broader range of fields, so as to represent the landscape of ethnography today. Popular with readers for its friendly and accessible approach, this new edition will be an indispensable resource for doing ethnographic research. It is especially well suited for courses in ethnography, qualitative research methods, and social research methods.
Category: Social Science

Adolescents And Their Families

Author : Richard M. Lerner
ISBN : 9781317842743
Genre : Psychology
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First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Psychology

School Society

Author : Henry T. Trueba
ISBN : STANFORD:36105005127118
Genre : Education
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A central theme in anthropoligical research is the socialization process. Yet, when applied to student life, the literature tends to neglect a frequent phenomena of student life: that students are uprooted from their home countries and resettled in culturally different areas. The contributors to School and Society provide a comparative assessment of how cultural knowledge relates to learning. Part I discusses qualitative research and national politics as they relate to cultural education. Part II explores American and Japanese day care centers, Peruvian schools, and the effects of Asian refugees on American schools. Part III examines peer socialization among Iranians, Israeli adolescents living on Kibbutzim, and other ethnic and cultural groups. In a final analysis, the editors attend to the very conception of culture and the need for "cultural therapy": an understanding of one's own culture in order to study another's.
Category: Education

Leadership Equity And School Effectiveness

Author : H. Prentice Baptiste
ISBN : UOM:39015015517009
Genre : Education
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How can school administrators help provide equitable education for all? Addressing this question, the contributors to this volume argue that the concepts of educational equity and excellence are complementary not contradictory. They examine the administrative role in facilitating equity, in creating a climate of equity in schools, in developing curriculum and programmes that foster equity and in training future teachers and administrators to provide equitable education in effective schools and colleges.
Category: Education

Education And Cultural Process

Author : George Dearborn Spindler
ISBN : 088133958X
Genre : Social Science
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The author has brought together articles from leading scholars in the field of anthropology & education. This latest edition aims to sensitize readers to the subtle permutations of culture in the classroom.
Category: Social Science