ISSN 0951-8398, Online ISSN: 1366-5898
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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From the Editors: Special issue on critical race theory
The Hopwood doctorate
Guest Editors' Introduction: Critical race theory and qualitative studies in education
Parker, Laurence; Deyhle, Donna; Villenas, Sofia; Nebeker, Kristin Crosland
Just what is critical race theory and what's it doing in a nice field like education?
Critical race theory: a white graduate student's struggle with this growing area of scholarship
Nebeker, Kristin Crosland
''Race is race ain't'': an exploration of the utility of critical race theory in qualitative research in education
''Chicana/o Power!''1 Epistemology and methodology for social justice and empowerment in Chicana/o communities
Formations of Mexicana ness: Trenzas de identidades multiples Growing up Mexicana : Braids of multiple identities
Gonzalez, Francisca E.
Toward a definition of a Latino family research paradigm
Hidalgo, Nitza M.
Critical race theory, race and gender microaggressions, and the experience of Chicana and Chicano scholars
Solorzano, Daniel G.
The locker room : eroticism and exoticism in a polyphonic text
Tanaka, Greg; Cruz, Cindy
Research methods as a situated response: towards a First Nations' methodology
Research Methods as a Situated Response: Towards a First Nations' Methodology
Notes on contributors