Search results for: Interpersonal relationship
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In this article, the author argues that recognizing the role of subjectivity and bringing in the researcher's positionality as a tool in the research process can not only enhance the ethical integrity of the research but also enhance both the research process and the analysis and interpretation of the data. The author explores the relational dynamics of a qualitative research study in which the author worked with 15 Bosnian adolescent female refugees and 10 Bosnian refugee community members living in New York City. The author's purpose is to explore their understandings of identity after conflict, flight, and relocation.
Updated: Feb. 28, 2011
The current article provides a brief summary of the seven articles in this special issue through the lens of the concept of caring reflexivity. In joining 'caring' and 'reflexivity', the authors deepen the conversation about what constitutes reflexivity, encouraging an explicit focus on the relational.
Updated: Feb. 24, 2011
The author is a white, working middle-class adult queer from the Southwest USA. The author studies Mexican (im)migrant, poor, working, straight adolescent boys in California. The ethnographic encounters between the author and the immigrants carried with them some long-standing and dynamic social narratives that surround relations between and across groups of relative privilege and oppression. These narratives produced 'ethically important moments'. By critically examining his reflexive processes and practices within one of these moments, insights into the workings of social narratives about race, class, and sexuality are revealed.
Updated: Feb. 24, 2011
Experiencing and Evidencing Learning Through Self-study: New Ways of Working with Mentors and Trainees in a Training School Partnership
The study uses self-study to analyze the development of a mentoring program, during initial teacher mentoring, in a training-school or university partnership. It focuses on the ontological values of the co-authors as they collaborate. The authors use a video to record teaching, and assist mentors and teachers foster the help necessary to improve the relations between the teachers and the mentors.
Updated: Jun. 11, 2008
The article examines how student-teachers perceive their integration into the school life during their initial teacher education school placements. Data gathered from 23 student-teachers revealed that they considered their social interactions with school staff meaningful professionally and enhancing emotionally.
Updated: Mar. 14, 2008