|Item type||Shelving Location||Collection||Call Number||Copy||Status||Date Due|
|14 day materials||Main Room||Adult collection||370.117 M235r||c.01||Available|
How can literacy research contribute to racial understanding? -- Teacher and student attitudes on racial issues: the complementarity of practitioner research and outsider research -- Parallax: addressing race in preservice literacy education -- "Are you makin' me famous or makin' me a fool?" responsibility and respect in representation -- Negotiating race in classroom research: tensions and possibilities -- Successful strategies of Latino students: bringing their worldviews to their studies -- Tenth-grade literacy and the mediation of culture, race, and class -- Reading discrimination -- Diversity discourses: reading race and ethnicity in and around children's writing.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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