Winning to Learn, Learning to Win: Evaluative Frames and Practices in Urban Debate

@article{Asad2014WinningTL,
  title={Winning to Learn, Learning to Win: Evaluative Frames and Practices in Urban Debate},
  author={Asad Lugman Asad and Monica C. Bell},
  journal={Qualitative Sociology},
  year={2014},
  volume={37},
  pages={1-26}
}
Sociologists of (e)valuation have devoted considerable attention to understanding differences in evaluative practices across a number of fields. Yet, little is understood about how individuals learn about and navigate multivalent valid group styles within a single setting. As a social phenomenon, many accept how central processes of evaluation are to everyday life. Accordingly, scholars have attempted to link research on evaluation to processes of inequality. Nevertheless, the sociology of… CONTINUE READING
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