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Critically Researching Youth

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Edited By Shirley R. Steinberg and Awad Ibrahim

Critically Researching Youth addresses the unique possibilities and contexts involved in deepening a discourse around youth. Authors address both social theoretical and methodological approaches as they delve into a contemporary discipline, which supports research with – not on – young adults. This volume is a refreshing change in the literature on qualitative youth, embodying the understanding of what it means to be a young woman or man. It dismisses any consideration to pathologize youth, instead addressing what society can understand and how we can act in order to support and promote them.
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Chapter 15. Interracial Conscientization Through Epistemological Re-Construction: Developing Autobiographical Accounts of the Meaning of Being Black and White Together

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INTERRACIAL CONSCIENTIZATION THROUGH EPISTEMOLOGICAL RE-CONSTRUCTION

Developing Autobiographical Accounts of the Meaning of Being Black and White Together

Paul R. Carr and Gina Thésée

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