New PDF release: Black Participatory Research: Power, Identity, and the
By Elizabeth R. Drame, Decoteau J. Irby
Black Participatory study bargains an review of the way shared racial self-identity, self-valuation, and reviews of oppression and distinction form the co-production of data in more and more well known participatory social technology examine methods.
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18. Stacy S. Drury, Micheal S. Scheeringa, and Charles H. Zeanah, “The Traumatic Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Children in New Orleans,” Childd and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North Americaa 17 (2008): 685–702. 19. A pseudonym is used for this organization to ensure anonymity. 20. I served as a consultant with another colleague from a university outside New Orleans throughout the duration of the project. All project activities were conducted with this colleague. However, as this book focuses on the experiences of Black PAR researchers, I refer only to myself when reflecting on myy role as a Black researcher in the project.
The coalition of organizations that formed the Umbrella Group had been having conversations about the need for community engagement for over a year since their formation. In June 2008, I introduced the concept of participatory research to the organization’s board members as a potential means of addressing the desire for real engagement and 30 Elizabeth R. Drame community empowerment. After conducting individual interviews with representatives of board member organizations, I proposed a process byy which Umbrella Group members could build their skill and capacity to lead a community engagement process, which would be spearheaded by a participatory research project.
Ibid. 41. Leonardo, Race Frameworkss. 42. Molefi K. Asante, “The Afrocentric Idea in Education,” The Journal of Negro Education 60, no. 2 (Spring 1991). 43. Samuel Bowles and Herbert Gintis, Schooling in Capitalist Americaa (New w York: Basic Books, 1976); Pierre Bourdieu, “Cultural Reproduction and Social Reproduction,” in Knowledge, Education, and Cultural Change: Paperss in the Sociology of Education 1977, ed. Richard Brown (London: Tavistock, 1976). 44. Patricia Hill Collins, “What’s in a Name?
Black Participatory Research: Power, Identity, and the Struggle for Justice in Education by Elizabeth R. Drame, Decoteau J. Irby