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Collaborative cross-cultural research methodologies in early care and education contexts / edited by Samara Madrid Akpovo, Mary Jane Moran and Robyn Brookshire.

Contributor(s): Akpovo, Samara Madrid, editor. | Moran, Mary Jane, editor. | Brookshire, Robyn, editor.
Call number: LB1139.225 C65 2018 Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, NY, London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018Description: xxvi, 215 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781138207912 (pbk.) ; 9781315460772 (ebk.) (Invalid ISBN) ; 9781138207905 (hbk.)Subject(s): Early childhood education -- Research -- MethodologyDDC classification: 372.21
Contents:
Fortuitous invitations, and possible ways forward: early childhood education, care, and development (ECD) in the majority world / Alan Pence -- Two decades of collaboration: decolonizing cross-cultural research / Kagendo Mutua and Beth Blue Swadener -- Narrative methodologies: challenging and elevating cross-cultural complexities / Sonja Arndt and Marek Tesar -- Collaboration as a healing and decolonizing research tool: the narratives of three early childhood researchers / Sapna Thapa, Samara Madrid Akpovo, and Debbie Young -- Critical reflections on the positionality of human rights educators working in diverse contexts / Shabnam Koirala-Azad, Katie Zanoni, and Amy Argenal -- Complexities of insider-outsider positioning in a comparative study of early childhood teacher education programs / Anna Kirova, Christine Massing, Ailie Cleghorn, and Larry Prochner -- Researcher reflections on early childhood partnerships with immigrant and refugee communities / Rebecca Georgis, Rebecca Gokiert, and Anna Kirova -- Co-constructed research design: lessons on equivalency and teacher participation in a US-Italian professional development study / Mary Jane Moran, Robyn Brookshire, Chiara Bove, Piera Braga, and Susanna Mantovani -- Voices of children: intercultural collaborations in understanding and documenting the meaning of children's rights through dialogue and video / John Nimmo, Ana Marcilio, Angela Fowler, and Vashima Goyal -- "You, us and a bus": exploring analysis as cross-cultural collaboration in Fiji / Pauline Harris, Cynthia Brock, Alexandra Diamond, Elspeth McInnes, Bec Neill, Ufemia Camaitoga, and Mere Krishna -- Understanding intergenerational experiences of young children and older adults through cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary construction of knowledge / Simone DeVore, Jobita Anguisaca Muñoz, Anja Leoa, and Taylor McDarison.
Summary: "Drawing from an array of international scholars' practical experiences, Collaborative Cross-Cultural Research Methodologies in Early Care and Education Contexts demonstrates how to conduct collaborative cross-cultural research and investigates the field's nuances and dilemmas. The book focuses on rich, real-life attempts to negotiate and develop culturally sensitive theoretical and conceptual frameworks, equivalent studies, and systems of relationships across distances, languages, ethics, and practices. Positioning all research as a political and moral act, these grounded equivalency models consider and represent issues of race, colonization, immigration, indigenous populations, and more"-- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Fortuitous invitations, and possible ways forward: early childhood education, care, and development (ECD) in the majority world / Alan Pence -- Two decades of collaboration: decolonizing cross-cultural research / Kagendo Mutua and Beth Blue Swadener -- Narrative methodologies: challenging and elevating cross-cultural complexities / Sonja Arndt and Marek Tesar -- Collaboration as a healing and decolonizing research tool: the narratives of three early childhood researchers / Sapna Thapa, Samara Madrid Akpovo, and Debbie Young -- Critical reflections on the positionality of human rights educators working in diverse contexts / Shabnam Koirala-Azad, Katie Zanoni, and Amy Argenal -- Complexities of insider-outsider positioning in a comparative study of early childhood teacher education programs / Anna Kirova, Christine Massing, Ailie Cleghorn, and Larry Prochner -- Researcher reflections on early childhood partnerships with immigrant and refugee communities / Rebecca Georgis, Rebecca Gokiert, and Anna Kirova -- Co-constructed research design: lessons on equivalency and teacher participation in a US-Italian professional development study / Mary Jane Moran, Robyn Brookshire, Chiara Bove, Piera Braga, and Susanna Mantovani -- Voices of children: intercultural collaborations in understanding and documenting the meaning of children's rights through dialogue and video / John Nimmo, Ana Marcilio, Angela Fowler, and Vashima Goyal -- "You, us and a bus": exploring analysis as cross-cultural collaboration in Fiji / Pauline Harris, Cynthia Brock, Alexandra Diamond, Elspeth McInnes, Bec Neill, Ufemia Camaitoga, and Mere Krishna -- Understanding intergenerational experiences of young children and older adults through cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary construction of knowledge / Simone DeVore, Jobita Anguisaca Muñoz, Anja Leoa, and Taylor McDarison.

"Drawing from an array of international scholars' practical experiences, Collaborative Cross-Cultural Research Methodologies in Early Care and Education Contexts demonstrates how to conduct collaborative cross-cultural research and investigates the field's nuances and dilemmas. The book focuses on rich, real-life attempts to negotiate and develop culturally sensitive theoretical and conceptual frameworks, equivalent studies, and systems of relationships across distances, languages, ethics, and practices. Positioning all research as a political and moral act, these grounded equivalency models consider and represent issues of race, colonization, immigration, indigenous populations, and more"-- Provided by publisher.

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