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Re: [xmca] Idea for roundtable discussion at AERA
Monica, I won't be attending AERA, but last year I published a book that, while it is not *explicitly* adopting a CHAT framework is I think entirely compatible. It reviews the current state of ethnographic fieldwork, grounded theory, phenomenology and hermeneutics, and the final third explores different approaches to research with an emancipatory interest.
On Jul 17, 2012, at 3:50 PM, monica.hansen wrote:
> This is just an idea:
> Does anyone have any interest in comparing forms of different research traditions(ethnography, narrative, case study, phenomenology, etc) and how they are translated or transformed in cultural historical research? Does anyone have work that speaks to the effort of researchers to work in praxis, agents of change in the constraints of the academic institutions and as people living real lives? How the efforts of researchers crafting their research might be related to exploring the theme of the conference, which is poverty?
> I would really be interested in coming to this session.
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