Complicated narratives of ‘Korean-ness’: towards strategic provisionality in parental involvement

@article{Moon2018ComplicatedNO,
  title={Complicated narratives of ‘Korean-ness’: towards strategic provisionality in parental involvement},
  author={Seungho Moon and Jeesun Jung},
  journal={Race Ethnicity and Education},
  year={2018},
  volume={21},
  pages={643 - 660}
}
Abstract The purpose of this paper is to advance the discourse on parental involvement drawing from Butlerian notion of strategic provisionality. In developing a new approach to understanding cultural differences and their relation to Korean parental involvement, the authors analyze qualitative and quantitative data from five New York metropolitan elementary schools. The authors examine the ways in which ‘Korean-ness’ and Korean parental involvement are discursively constructed and embodied in… Expand
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