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Counterstorytelling Narratives of Latino Teenag...
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Counterstorytelling Narratives of Latino Teenage Boys presents an ethnographic portrait of the experiences and counterstories of nine Latino teenage boys representing different cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds attending a high school in North Carolina. Using critical race theory (CRT), Latino critical theory (LatCrit), and Chicano/a epistemologies as a theoretical framework, the book unveils how differing layers of oppression shape the lives of these boys of color through the intersections of race, gender, and class. Contrary to majoritarian assumptions, cultural deficit models, and their teachers' low expectations, this research reveals how participants used their cultural capital as a foundation to develop resiliency. The findings in this book suggest that teachers, school administrators, and staff could benefit from a better understanding of Latino/a students' community cultural wealth as a fundamental element for these students' academic success. Counterstorytelling Narratives of Latino Teenage Boys will be an excellent resource for teachers, school administrators, college students, and pre-service teachers. It will be useful in courses in Latino/a studies in the United States, multicultural studies, race and education studies, social justice in education, race and gender studies, and social foundations in education.

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Stand: 24.01.2020
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Counterstorytelling Narratives of Latino Teenag...
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Counterstorytelling Narratives of Latino Teenage Boys presents an ethnographic portrait of the experiences and counterstories of nine Latino teenage boys representing different cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds attending a high school in North Carolina. Using critical race theory (CRT), Latino critical theory (LatCrit), and Chicano/a epistemologies as a theoretical framework, the book unveils how differing layers of oppression shape the lives of these boys of color through the intersections of race, gender, and class. Contrary to majoritarian assumptions, cultural deficit models, and their teachers' low expectations, this research reveals how participants used their cultural capital as a foundation to develop resiliency. The findings in this book suggest that teachers, school administrators, and staff could benefit from a better understanding of Latino/a students' community cultural wealth as a fundamental element for these students' academic success. Counterstorytelling Narratives of Latino Teenage Boys will be an excellent resource for teachers, school administrators, college students, and pre-service teachers. It will be useful in courses in Latino/a studies in the United States, multicultural studies, race and education studies, social justice in education, race and gender studies, and social foundations in education.

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Counterstorytelling Narratives of Latino Teenag...
78,95 € *
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Counterstorytelling Narratives of Latino Teenage Boys presents an ethnographic portrait of the experiences and counterstories of nine Latino teenage boys representing different cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds attending a high school in North Carolina. Using critical race theory (CRT), Latino critical theory (LatCrit), and Chicano/a epistemologies as a theoretical framework, the book unveils how differing layers of oppression shape the lives of these boys of color through the intersections of race, gender, and class. Contrary to majoritarian assumptions, cultural deficit models, and their teachers' low expectations, this research reveals how participants used their cultural capital as a foundation to develop resiliency. The findings in this book suggest that teachers, school administrators, and staff could benefit from a better understanding of Latino/a students' community cultural wealth as a fundamental element for these students' academic success. Counterstorytelling Narratives of Latino Teenage Boys will be an excellent resource for teachers, school administrators, college students, and pre-service teachers. It will be useful in courses in Latino/a studies in the United States, multicultural studies, race and education studies, social justice in education, race and gender studies, and social foundations in education.

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"Why Are The Latino Students Late For Class?"
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Why are the Latino students late for class? Is a book that investigates tardiness patterns among Latino students in urban school settings. This book is written for educators and researches attempting to understand and intervene with the tardiness culture that exists in some schools. In phase one, an ecological framework is used to analyze a series of narratives gleaned from school observations to show how students learn to be late in the context of various adult and peer relationships. Phase two describes the implementation of a No Punishment Empowerment Intervention (NPEI) based on Glasser s (1965) Reality Therapy Model intended to alleviate the chronic tardiness patterns among Latino students. The NPEI was created to empower both teachers and students with life altering and paradigm shifting remedies which teaches students punctuality and does not punish their tardy behavior. Phase three examines how teachers and students respond to the tardy intervention.

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"Why Are The Latino Students Late For Class?"
59,00 € *
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Why are the Latino students late for class? Is a book that investigates tardiness patterns among Latino students in urban school settings. This book is written for educators and researches attempting to understand and intervene with the tardiness culture that exists in some schools. In phase one, an ecological framework is used to analyze a series of narratives gleaned from school observations to show how students learn to be late in the context of various adult and peer relationships. Phase two describes the implementation of a No Punishment Empowerment Intervention (NPEI) based on Glasser s (1965) Reality Therapy Model intended to alleviate the chronic tardiness patterns among Latino students. The NPEI was created to empower both teachers and students with life altering and paradigm shifting remedies which teaches students punctuality and does not punish their tardy behavior. Phase three examines how teachers and students respond to the tardy intervention.

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Stand: 24.01.2020
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Developments
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Developments: Encounters of Formation in the Latin American and Hispanic/Latino Bildungsroman, a notable contribution for students and scholars of Latin American, Brazilian, Hispanic and Latino literature, explores a significant but overlooked area in the literary production of the twentieth century: the connections between development and the narrative of formation after World War II. Recognizing development as a discursive construction that shapes significantly modern national identity in Latin America, Alejandro Latinez argues that its ideals and narrative relate to the Bildungsroman genre - the narrative of formation or development. The study presents a historical background of similar ideals of development in Latin America as well as reflects on a seminal philosophical interplay about youth and modern national identity between the Mexican authors Samuel Ramos and Octavio Paz. Furthermore, it examines Mario Vargas Llosa's 1963 La ciudad y los perros, José Lezama Lima's 1966 Paradiso, a selection from Clarice Lispector's 1960 and 1964 short narratives, and Elena Poniatowska's 1971 testimony La noche de Tlatelolco. The narrative experience in the United States is analyzed in Sandra Cisnero's 1984 The House on Mango Street and Esmeralda Santiago's 1993 When I Was Puerto Rican.

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Developments
63,95 € *
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Developments: Encounters of Formation in the Latin American and Hispanic/Latino Bildungsroman, a notable contribution for students and scholars of Latin American, Brazilian, Hispanic and Latino literature, explores a significant but overlooked area in the literary production of the twentieth century: the connections between development and the narrative of formation after World War II. Recognizing development as a discursive construction that shapes significantly modern national identity in Latin America, Alejandro Latinez argues that its ideals and narrative relate to the Bildungsroman genre - the narrative of formation or development. The study presents a historical background of similar ideals of development in Latin America as well as reflects on a seminal philosophical interplay about youth and modern national identity between the Mexican authors Samuel Ramos and Octavio Paz. Furthermore, it examines Mario Vargas Llosa's 1963 La ciudad y los perros, José Lezama Lima's 1966 Paradiso, a selection from Clarice Lispector's 1960 and 1964 short narratives, and Elena Poniatowska's 1971 testimony La noche de Tlatelolco. The narrative experience in the United States is analyzed in Sandra Cisnero's 1984 The House on Mango Street and Esmeralda Santiago's 1993 When I Was Puerto Rican.

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Stand: 24.01.2020
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Colored Narratives of Counseling
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Based on a qualitative study interviewing clients of African,Latino, Asian, and Native American heritage, this work examinestheir perceptions, representations and understandings of therelationship in counseling. These participant narratives respond toand navigate social identity constructions of race and ethnicity,gender, class, age, sexual orientation and disability of boththemselves and the counselors they met with. It seems to be adynamic, shifting, and context-dependent process that cannot becodified into absolute prescriptions. Perceptions of sharedsociopolitical experience appears amuch stronger bond incounseling than shared similarity on any dimension, and clientsnegotiated differences in identity between themselves and theircounselors in flexible ways depending on their needs. Clients alsoused culture and language in counseling fluidly to developpreferred representations of self. Based on these themes,implications for counseling theory and practice arediscussed.

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Colored Narratives of Counseling
59,00 € *
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Based on a qualitative study interviewing clients of African,Latino, Asian, and Native American heritage, this work examinestheir perceptions, representations and understandings of therelationship in counseling. These participant narratives respond toand navigate social identity constructions of race and ethnicity,gender, class, age, sexual orientation and disability of boththemselves and the counselors they met with. It seems to be adynamic, shifting, and context-dependent process that cannot becodified into absolute prescriptions. Perceptions of sharedsociopolitical experience appears amuch stronger bond incounseling than shared similarity on any dimension, and clientsnegotiated differences in identity between themselves and theircounselors in flexible ways depending on their needs. Clients alsoused culture and language in counseling fluidly to developpreferred representations of self. Based on these themes,implications for counseling theory and practice arediscussed.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 24.01.2020
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