Exploring learning, identity, and power through life history and narrative research /Published by : Routledge (London | New York) Physical details: ix, 186 p. ill. 24 cm ISBN:9780415496445 (pbk.); 9780415496421 (hardback); 0415496446 (pbk.); 041549642X (hardback).
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Includes bibliographical references and index
Introduction / Ann-Marie Bathmaker -- The ethics of writing life histories and narratives in educational research / Pat Sikes -- A process of (un)becoming: life history and the professional development of teachers / Christine Halse -- Becoming a gay male primary teacher: dealing with difference / Elizabeth Newman -- Changing identities through re-engagement with education: narrative accounts from two women learners / Richard Waller -- Interrogating identity and belonging through life history: experience of overseas nurses in post-colonial Britain / Shekar Bheenuck -- Researching learning in and out of school: a narradigmatic approach / Jane Andrews -- Going to the pictures: learning to see the life histories of minorities within majority narratives / Dean Smart -- In our own words: from actions to dialogue / Nick Clough -- "I lived down the road from you": exploring power and identity, then and now / Jacky Brine -- This do in remembrance of me: narrative uncertainty and the frothing of contentious identity / James Haywood Rolling, Jr. -- Life history and narrative research revisited / Penelope Harnett
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