Educational Qualitative Research in Latin America

Educational Qualitative Research in Latin America : The Struggle for a New Paradigm

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  • Paperback | 272 pages
  • 138 x 216 x 19.05mm | 489g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 113899331X
  • 9781138993310

Table of contents

Contents *Introduction, Gary L. Anderson and Martha Montero-Sieburth *Overview of Ethnographic Research in Latin America *Ethnography and the Commitment to Public Schooling: A Review of Research at the DIE, Elsie Rockwell (Mexico) *Appropriating Ethnography for Research in Education: Reflections on Recent Efforts in Argentina and Chile, Graciela Batallán (Argentina) *An Overview of Ethnographic Research in Mexico: An Approach to Educational Problems, María Bertely and Martha Corenstein (Mexico) *Qualitative Studies of Social, Educational, and Institutional Change Political Resocialization of Women in a Brazilian Literacy Program (MOVA), Nelly P. Stromquist (Peru) *Role of Women in the Democratization of Schools and Families in Argentina, Beatriz Schmukler (Argentina) *Anomie and Education: the Politics of Innovation in a Mexican High School, Juan Fidel Zorrilla (Mexico) *Qualitative Action Research for Teacher Development *Teachers as Learners: the Dialectics of Improving Pedagogical Practice in Brazil, Elvira Souza Lima (Brazil) *Participatory Action Research in Teacher Education: Studying the Reality of Teaching in Latin America, Anita Barabtarlo y Zedansky and Margarita Theesz Poschner (Mexico) *Development of a Teacher Training Model Derived from Applied Ethnographic Research in Costa Rican Marginal-Urban Elementary Schools, Margarita Brenes, Natalia Campos, Nidia García, Marta Rojas, and Emilia Campos (Costa Rica) * Conclusion, Martha Monter-Sieburth and Gary L. Anderson *Appendix: Latin American Research Centers in Education. more