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Dialogue, Knowledge, and Teacher‐Student Relations: Freirean Pedagogy in Theory and Practice
  • L. Bartlett
  • Sociology
  • Comparative Education Review
  • 1 August 2005
I would like to thank Frances Vavrus, Janise Hurtig, Aurolyn Luykx, Dana Burde, Carolyn Kissane, Fida Adely, Annette Hansen, the participants at the Association of Development Researchers inExpand
Bilingual Literacies, Social Identification, and Educational Trajectories.
Abstract In this article, I examine how transnational students’ educational trajectories are shaped by social relations and identity formation as developed in part through the medium of school-basedExpand
The Marketization of Education: Public Schools for Private Ends
This article argues that the neoliberal renaissance of the 1980s marketized education, with distinctly negative social consequences. We examine the emergence and promotion of a national-levelExpand
Comparatively Knowing: Making a Case for the Vertical Case Study.
This article enters into contemporary debates regarding methodology and training in comparative and international education by addressing epistemological questions about what can be known of theExpand
Literacy, speech and shame: the cultural politics of literacy and language in Brazil
This article examines the relationship between shame, literacy and social relations by analyzing shame narratives told to the author by youth and adult literacy students during a 24‐monthExpand
Identity Work and Cultural Artefacts in Literacy Learning and Use: A Sociocultural Analysis
This paper aims to contribute a sociocultural theoretical perspective for the creative identity work involved in the ongoing process of learning and using literacies. Drawing on anthropologicalExpand
Additive Schooling in Subtractive Times: Bilingual Education and Dominican Immigrant Youth in the Heights
"Additive Schooling in Subtractive Times" documents the unusually successful efforts of one New York City high school to educate Dominican immigrant youth, at a time when Latino immigrants constituteExpand
Transversing the Vertical Case Study: A Methodological Approach to Studies of Educational Policy as Practice
How can scholars trace the global production and circulation of educational policies? The vertical case study incorporates three elements: “vertical” attention across micro-, meso-, and macro-levels,Expand