Culturally Responsive Methodologies


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Format:
Paperback
ISBN:
9781780528144
Published:
17 Jan 2013
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
350 pages - 174 x 246 x 25mm

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Culturally Responsive Methodologies puts forward a new position from which to navigate our research in the hope that we can contribute to a more respectful and humble way of working with all peoples. These new methodologies require the researcher to develop relationships that may enable them to intimately come to respect and know the "Other" with whom they seek to study. Such a process of reciprocity challenges traditional research notions of distance and neutrality, opening up instead streams of research that call for engagement through the establishment of relational discourses. Each chapter shows how researchers find, discover, and invent methodology that benefits both the researcher and subject, from their insider knowledge and from the epistemology of others. 

This book is ideally suited for all those involved in qualitative research work including researchers, students, teacher educators and educators  throughout the world who share an interest in culturally responsive research and practice.
Acknowledgements Foreword (Russell Bishop) Chapter 1: Culturally Responsive Research From the Margins (Mere Berryman, Suzanne SooHoo, Ann Nevin) SECTION I: KNOWING AND UNDERSTANDING SELF: Researcher's responsibility for self-interrogation of personal position within the research agenda Chapter 2: Me nohotahi, mahitahi, haeretahi tatou: Collaborative partnerships between Indigenous (Maori) and non-indigenous (Pakeha) researchers and (Ted Glynn) Chapter 3: A river connects us: Crossing the waters on the foundation of culturally responsive and socially responsible research (Victoria Morris) Chapter 4: Finding clarity amidst murky waters: Beginnings of a culturally responsive researcher (Norma Valenzuela) Chapter 5: My research journey: Contributing to a new education story for Maori (Therese Ford) Chapter 6: Deconstructing my positivist paradigm: Making room for culturally responsive methodology (Ann Nevin) SECTION II: SEEKING TO COLLABORATE, MAKING CONNECTIONS, DEVELOPING RELATIONSHIPS: Understanding the differential power relationships inherent in this process Chapter 7: To acquiesce and to coalesce: Achieving alignment and unity for Maori through culturally responsive and socially responsible research (Sonja Macfarlane) Chapter 8: Culturally responsive methodology within an aesthetic framework (Debora Joy Nodelman) Chapter 9: A "homegrown" methodology: Cultural intuition, self-trust, and connected knowing at work (Veronica Bloomfield) Chapter 10: Humility Within Culturally Responsive Methodologies (Suzanne SooHoo) Chapter 11: The river is me and I am the river: Principles for the organic Maori researcher (Te Arani Barrett) Chapter 12: Errant Wanderings Amongst the Voices on the Margins (Anna Wilson) SECTION III: LEARNING FROM EACH OTHER: How we as researchers engaged with our communities to co-construct new knowledge, to learn, and to contribute Chapter 13: Kaupapa Maori: the research experiences of a research-whanau-of-interest (Mere Berryman) Chapter 14: A Culturally Responsive Methodology of Relations: Kaupapa Maori Research and the non-Maori researcher (Paul Woller) Chapter 15: Postcolonial construction of self: Two immigrant secondary science teachers engaging in a culturally responsive socially responsible study (Ndindi Kitonga) Chapter 16: Bridging the binaries of male/female and white/brown while exploring the phenomenon of becoming a Muslim (Dina Eletreby) Chapter 17: Research as Medicine for the Colonially Wounded (John Hodson) Chapter 18: Learning to follow: An ethnographer's tales of engagement (Lilia Monzo) Chapter 19: The Confluence (Mere Berryman, Suzanne SooHoo, and Ann Nevin) Author Biographies Author Index Subject Index
Mere Berryman is Associate Professor and Director of Poutama pounamu, University of Waikato, New Zealand Suzanne SooHoo is Professor and Jack H. and Paula A. Hassinger Chair in Education, Chapman University, USA Ann Nevin is Professor Emerita, Arizona State University, USA
Received an Honorable Mention, Education Section, APA PROSE Awards, 2013

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