Unpacking Parent Involvement: Korean American Parents' Collective Networking.

@inproceedings{Lim2012UnpackingPI,
  title={Unpacking Parent Involvement: Korean American Parents' Collective Networking.},
  author={Minjung Lim},
  year={2012}
}
This study examines the ways in which a group of Korean American parents perceived and responded to institutional inequalities in a family–school partnership. In their school, which had a growing Asian population, the dominant group’s middle-class perspective on parent involvement became normal and operated as an overarching structure. Drawing from critical inquiry and Ogbu’s (1995) cultural ecological theory, this study unpacks the ethnic networks of a Korean meeting and the interactive… CONTINUE READING

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