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Doing Research within Communities : Stories and lessons from language and education field research /

de Taylor-Leech, Kerry. (aut.) ; Starks, Donna. (aut.)
Collation: 1 vol. (XV-180 p.) ; 24 cm.Édition: London ; New York (N.Y.) : Routledge, 2016.ISBN: 9781138852686 (br); 9781138852679 (rel).Contenu: Doing research within communities: Strands within and across the narratives / Kerry Taylor-Leech and Donna Starks, P.1 -- Human Rights: Journeys start with experiences / Pandora Petrovska, P.13 -- This doesn’t feel right: Selecting a site for school-based ethnography / Louisa Willoughby, P.22 -- Challenges in conducting ethical classroom-based research across cultures / Richard J. Sampson, P.30 -- What happens when a community withdraws? Managing relationships with an Indigenous community / Arapera Ngaha, P.39 -- Labeling community and language / Kara Tukuitonga, Donna Starks and Jason Brown, P.48 -- Taking an interest: Competence in and affiliations with the expected languages of schooling / Fiona Willans, P.57 -- Navigating the multilingual field: Language choice and sociolinguistic fieldwork / Kerry Taylor-Leech and Danielle Boon, P.66 -- Interpreter-mediated data collection: Experiences of talking to migrants through interpreters / George Major and Beth Zielinski, P.76 -- Being a part of and working with an overlooked linguistic community / Genevieve Leung, P.86 -- Building relationships with whānau to develop effective supports for Māori Deaf children / Kirsten Smiler, P.96 -- Establishing connections: A tale of two communities / Ilana Mushin and Rod Gardner, P.105 -- Multiplexity in sign language research / Rachel McKee, P.115 -- Engaging with communities and languages in multilingual urban settings / John Hajek, P.124 -- Imagined linguistic identity: Reflections on an interview / Loy Lising, P.133 -- Becoming an adopted insider: A researcher’s journey / Judith Kearney, P.142 -- The narrative journey: Adapting research design to capture the voice of the community / Anikó Hatoss, P.151 -- Doing research within communities: Connecting practice to theory / Donna Starks and Kerry Taylor-Leech, P.160Table des matières / Sommaire: P.1 : Doing research within communities: Strands within and across the narratives / Kerry Taylor-Leech and Donna Starks
P.13 : Human Rights: Journeys start with experiences / Pandora Petrovska
P.22 : This doesn’t feel right: Selecting a site for school-based ethnography / Louisa Willoughby
P.30 : Challenges in conducting ethical classroom-based research across cultures / Richard J. Sampson
P.39 : What happens when a community withdraws? Managing relationships with an Indigenous community / Arapera Ngaha
P.48 : Labeling community and language / Kara Tukuitonga, Donna Starks and Jason Brown
P.57 : Taking an interest: Competence in and affiliations with the expected languages of schooling / Fiona Willans
P.66 : Navigating the multilingual field: Language choice and sociolinguistic fieldwork / Kerry Taylor-Leech and Danielle Boon
P.76 : Interpreter-mediated data collection: Experiences of talking to migrants through interpreters / George Major and Beth Zielinski
P.86 : Being a part of and working with an overlooked linguistic community / Genevieve Leung
P.96 : Building relationships with whānau to develop effective supports for Māori Deaf children / Kirsten Smiler
P.105 : Establishing connections: A tale of two communities / Ilana Mushin and Rod Gardner
P.115 : Multiplexity in sign language research / Rachel McKee
P.124 : Engaging with communities and languages in multilingual urban settings / John Hajek
P.133 : Imagined linguistic identity: Reflections on an interview / Loy Lising
P.142 : Becoming an adopted insider: A researcher’s journey / Judith Kearney
P.151 : The narrative journey: Adapting research design to capture the voice of the community / Anikó Hatoss
P.160 : Doing research within communities: Connecting practice to theory / Donna Starks and Kerry Taylor-Leech
Sujet RAMEAU: Linguistique appliquée | Sociolinguistique | Anglais | Langage et éducationThématique: Linguistique, langues | Education, formation | Psycholinguistique | Théorie linguistiqueThématique spécifique: Acquisition des langues | Apprentissage des langues | Recherche scientifique | Aspect social | Sociolinguistique urbaineType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Etats-Unis d'Amériques
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Bibliographie à la fin de chaque chapitre et Index.

Doing research within communities: Strands within and across the narratives / Kerry Taylor-Leech and Donna Starks, P.1 --
Human Rights: Journeys start with experiences / Pandora Petrovska, P.13 --
This doesn’t feel right: Selecting a site for school-based ethnography / Louisa Willoughby, P.22 --
Challenges in conducting ethical classroom-based research across cultures / Richard J. Sampson, P.30 --
What happens when a community withdraws? Managing relationships with an Indigenous community / Arapera Ngaha, P.39 --
Labeling community and language / Kara Tukuitonga, Donna Starks and Jason Brown, P.48 --
Taking an interest: Competence in and affiliations with the expected languages of schooling / Fiona Willans, P.57 --
Navigating the multilingual field: Language choice and sociolinguistic fieldwork / Kerry Taylor-Leech and Danielle Boon, P.66 --
Interpreter-mediated data collection: Experiences of talking to migrants through interpreters / George Major and Beth Zielinski, P.76 --
Being a part of and working with an overlooked linguistic community / Genevieve Leung, P.86 --
Building relationships with whānau to develop effective supports for Māori Deaf children / Kirsten Smiler, P.96 --
Establishing connections: A tale of two communities / Ilana Mushin and Rod Gardner, P.105 --
Multiplexity in sign language research / Rachel McKee, P.115 --
Engaging with communities and languages in multilingual urban settings / John Hajek, P.124 --
Imagined linguistic identity: Reflections on an interview / Loy Lising, P.133 --
Becoming an adopted insider: A researcher’s journey / Judith Kearney, P.142 --
The narrative journey: Adapting research design to capture the voice of the community / Anikó Hatoss, P.151 --
Doing research within communities: Connecting practice to theory / Donna Starks and Kerry Taylor-Leech, P.160

P.1 Doing research within communities: Strands within and across the narratives / Kerry Taylor-Leech and Donna Starks P.13 Human Rights: Journeys start with experiences / Pandora Petrovska P.22 This doesn’t feel right: Selecting a site for school-based ethnography / Louisa Willoughby P.30 Challenges in conducting ethical classroom-based research across cultures / Richard J. Sampson P.39 What happens when a community withdraws? Managing relationships with an Indigenous community / Arapera Ngaha P.48 Labeling community and language / Kara Tukuitonga, Donna Starks and Jason Brown P.57 Taking an interest: Competence in and affiliations with the expected languages of schooling / Fiona Willans P.66 Navigating the multilingual field: Language choice and sociolinguistic fieldwork / Kerry Taylor-Leech and Danielle Boon P.76 Interpreter-mediated data collection: Experiences of talking to migrants through interpreters / George Major and Beth Zielinski P.86 Being a part of and working with an overlooked linguistic community / Genevieve Leung P.96 Building relationships with whānau to develop effective supports for Māori Deaf children / Kirsten Smiler P.105 Establishing connections: A tale of two communities / Ilana Mushin and Rod Gardner P.115 Multiplexity in sign language research / Rachel McKee P.124 Engaging with communities and languages in multilingual urban settings / John Hajek P.133 Imagined linguistic identity: Reflections on an interview / Loy Lising P.142 Becoming an adopted insider: A researcher’s journey / Judith Kearney P.151 The narrative journey: Adapting research design to capture the voice of the community / Anikó Hatoss P.160 Doing research within communities: Connecting practice to theory / Donna Starks and Kerry Taylor-Leech

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