Hunter, Cheryl A.

Bridging the Gap between Theory and Practice in Educational Research

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Rachelle Winkle-Wagner, Debora Hinderliter Ortloff, Cheryl A. Hunter

Part I. Theory

2. The Politics of Knowledge: What an Examination of the Margins Can Offer
Barbara Dennis

3. On the Tasks of the Critical Educational Scholar/Activist
Michael W. Apple

4. Making Sense of the Call for Scientifically Based Research in Education
Ginette Delandshere

5. Limits to Knowledge with Existential Significance: An Outline for the Exploration of Post-secular Spirituality of Relevance to Qualitative Research
Phil Francis Carspecken

6. Theory of the Margins: Liberating Research in Education
Barbara Dennis

Part II. Methodology

7. Uncloaking Epistemologies through Methodology
Adrea Lawrence

8. Researching as if Place Mattered: Toward a Methodology of Emplacement
Joshua Hunter

9. Twisted Time: The Educative Chronologies of American Indian History
Donald Warren

10. Researching Hispanic Undergraduates: Conceptual and Methodological Unease
Amaury Nora

11. Get Real: The Process of Validating Research across Racial Lines
Rachelle Winkle-Wagner

Part III. Exemplars

12. Engaging the Margins: Working Toward a Methodology of Empowerment
Joshua Hunter

13. Educating the “Savage” and “Civilized”: Santa Clara Pueblo Indians at the 1904 St. Louis Expo
Adrea Lawrence

14. Intimately Biased: Creating Purposeful Research in American Indian Education with Appropriate and Authentic Methodology
Tarajean Yazzie-Mintz

15. Lesbian Youth and the “Not Girl” Gender: Explorations of Adolescent Lesbian Lives through Critical Life Story Research
Elizabethe C. Payne

16. Breaking the Hymen and Reclaiming the “Cherry”: Adolescent Language Use in Negotiations of Autonomy in a Sexuality Education Program
Cheryl A. Hunter

17. Disenfranchisement and Power: The Role of Teachers as Mediators in Citizenship Education Policy and Practice
Debora Hinderliter Ortloff

18. Quantitative Approaches as a Bridge from the Invisible to the Visible: The Case of Basic Education Policy in a Disadvantaged Nation1
Aki Yonehara

19. Methods and the Margins: Realigning the Center, A Postscript
Debora Hinderliter Ortloff, Cheryl A. Hunter, Rachelle Winkle-Wagner

Keywords: Education, Educational Policy and Politics, Teaching and Teacher Education, Educational Philosophy, Astronomy, Astrophysics and Cosmology, Social Sciences, general, Science, general

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