Race, Class, and Gender in Education Research: An Argument for Integrative Analysis

@article{Grant1986RaceCA,
  title={Race, Class, and Gender in Education Research: An Argument for Integrative Analysis},
  author={C. Grant and C. Sleeter},
  journal={Review of Educational Research},
  year={1986},
  volume={56},
  pages={195 - 211}
}
Race, social class, and gender tend to be treated as separate issues in education literature. We review a sample of education literature from four journals, spanning ten years, to determine the extent to which these status groups were integrated. We found little integration. We then provide an example from research on cooperative learning to illustrate how attention to only one status group oversimplifies the analysis of student behavior in school. From findings of studies integrating race and… Expand
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