2 edition of Identities, discourses and experiences found in the catalog.
Identities, discourses and experiences
Includes bibliographical references (p. -242) and index.
|LC Classifications||DC34.5.N67 K58 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||262 p. :|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||2010277318|
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Identities, discourses and experiences: Young people of North African origin in France 1st EditionCited by: 5. This book examines academic and public discourses about young people of North African origin in France. The resurgence of such discussions in France, focusing on sensational questions of urban unrest, Islamic fundamentalism and the challenges of increasingly assertive cultural identities, means that it is all the more necessary not to overlook the discourses and experiences book majority of young French-North by: 5.
Identities, discourses and experiences: young people of North African origin in France. In the attempt of moving closer toward a process-oriented approach to the formation of selves and identities, this volume sets the stage for future discussions of the role of narrative and discourse in this generation process and for how a close analysis of these processes can advance an understanding of the world around us and within this world, of identities and selves.
Identity Discourses and Communities in International Events, Festivals and Spectacles Leisure Studies in a Global Era Series Editors: Karl Spracklen, Professor of. Professional everyday discourses shared among teachers serve this function by structuring knowledge and practices that are understood as reasonable or doable as well as unreasonable or impractical.
Student teaching is one particular discursive field, where student teachers learn how to act as professionals in schools. analytical procedure. Overall, I found the book to be of great value to expanding the knowledge on the school experiences of Southeast Asian American students in particular and of urban.
1 Park: Book Review: Unresolved Identities: Discourse, Ambivalence, and U Published by Purdue e-Pubs, Exploring the ways that immigrant youth identities are shaped by dominant discourses that simplify and confine their experiences within binary categories of good/bad, traditional/modern and success/failure, she unmasks and examines the stories we tell about them, and unsettles the hegemony of Identities that frame identities within discrete Cited by: It examines the various discourses and practices that inform and shape the experiences and identities of urban, Lao American high school students.
It explores the ways that immigrant youth. People enact, or act as, multiple identities and Discourses, ways of speaking, listening, reading, and/or writing coupled with ways of acting, interacting, valuing, feeling, dressing, thinking, and believing, that depend on the context that they are in at any given time and : Elizabeth Y.
Stevens. It examines the various discourses and practices that inform and shape the experiences and identities of urban, Lao American high school students.
It explores the. In her ethnographic study of Lao American students at an urban, public high school, Bic Ngo shows how simplistic accounts of these students smooth over unfinished, precarious identities and contested social relations. Exploring the ways that immigrant youth identities are shaped by dominant discourses that simplify and confine their experiences within binary categories of.
Exploring Your Discourses and Identities. One way to explore your discourses and identities is through critical identity work. Critical identity work uses critical discourse analysis to examine relationships among teachers, students, and power and privilege in schools.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Using work produced from the critical and postmodern arena in social sciences, this book examines three key areas - representation, identities and practice - to explore and interrogate how body and weight management, subjectivities, experiences and practices are constituted within and by the normative discourses of contemporary western culture.
This chapter addresses the understandings and experiences of gender identity prior to transition and the formation of transgender identities. Next, it draws upon recollections of ‘significant moments’ within the process of transgender identity formation.
Then, the chapter develops the theme of embodiment to consider the impact of bodily changes upon identity. Engendering Transnational Voices examines the transnational practices and identities of immigrant women, youth, and children in an era of global migration and neoliberalism, addressing such topics as family relations, gender and work, schooling, remittances, cultural identities, caring for children and the elderly, inter- and multi-generational relationships, activism, and.
This timely book addresses this gap by examining three key areas, namely, representation, identities,and practice, to explore and interrogate how body and weight management, subjectivities, experiences, and practices are constituted within and by the normative discourses of contemporary western culture.
This book investigates how transnational English learning experiences can influence students’ identities. More specifically, it delineates how Korean early study abroad undergraduates perceive English and how they have formed their ethnic identities based on their early study abroad experiences.
analytical procedure. Overall, I found the book to be of great value to expanding the knowledge on the school experiences of Southeast Asian American students in particular and of urban.
1 Park: Book Review: Unresolved Identities: Discourse, Ambivalence, and U Published by Purdue e-Pubs, Multiliteracies, Discourses and Identities The Multiliteracy Practices of Chinese Children in Britain Jing Sheng.
This book explores the everyday reading and writing experiences of children from Chinese families living in Britain. Using an ethnographic approach, the author presents in-depth case studies of three migrant children, all of whom.
“Ngo’s perspective on this study reflects her own immigrant roots, permitting her to infuse her experiences as she comes to understand the students in her study.” ― CHOICE “Unresolved Identities is a truly illuminating and thoughtful book.
Ngo writes with a distinctive voice and with trenchant insight about the contradictions of. This chapter suggests the pre-modern and post-modern simultaneous longings for, and worries about, rural spaces.
In particular it was the dominant discourses of the English countryside and the heterogeneity of rural populations and rural experiences and performed some key cultural labour in terms of national identity that became problematised in the new research approaches .