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Interrogating Racism in Qualitative Research Methodology

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Gerardo R. López and Laurence Parker

Contents: Sylvia R. Lazos Vargas: Introduction: Critical Race Theory in Education: Theory, Praxis, and Recommendations – Cynthia Tyson: Research, Race, and an Epistemology of Emancipation – Melanie Carter: Telling Tales Out of School: «What’s the Fate of a Black Story in a White World of White Stories?» – Edward Buendía: Fashioning Research Stories: The Metaphoric and Narrative Structure of Writing Research About Race – Gerardo R. López: Parent Involvement as Racialized Performance – Jennifer Ng: Multicultural Education in Teacher Training Programs and Its Implications on Preparedness for Effective Work in Urban Settings – Arisve Esquivel: On Whose Terms? The (In)visibility of the Latina/o Community at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign – Laurence Parker: Critical Race Theory and Its Implications for Methodology and Policy Analysis in Higher Education Desegregation – Wanda Pillow: Race-Based Methodologies: Multicultural Methods or Epistemological Shifts? – Gerardo R. López/Laurence Parker: Conclusion.