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Nucci, Larry; Ilten-Gee, Robyn – Teachers College Press, 2021
The authors draw from their work with teachers and students to address issues of social justice through the regular curriculum and everyday school life. This book illustrates an approach that integrates social justice education with contemporary research on students' development of moral understandings and concerns for human welfare in order to…
Descriptors: Moral Values, Social Justice, Values Education, Moral Development
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Lingard, Bob – Environmental Education Research, 2021
This paper focuses on the complex, entangled relationships between research and policy and suggests this is a very important topic in the contemporary era of so-called, 'evidence-based' or 'research-based' policy in education. The paper argues that we can only ever have 'evidence-informed' and 'research-informed' policy because all policy is an…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Environmental Education, Correlation, Evidence Based Practice
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Vesely, Colleen K.; Mehta, Swati; Sansbury, Amber; Gundling, Robert; Arora, Samita – Teacher Educators' Journal, 2021
Family engagement is critical to student achievement, and the essential importance of family-school partnerships has become even more evident during the current sociohistorical context inclusive of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement. As such, it is imperative that pre-service teachers (PSTs) are equipped to build effective…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Family Involvement, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Leigh, Elaine W.; Pak, Katie; Phuong, Jennifer – Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2021
Student leadership and activism on college campuses has received more widespread attention in recent years, with attention to how student identities inform these organizing efforts. But, how students make sense of their leadership and activism practices is less understood, particularly in graduate student contexts and for different marginalized…
Descriptors: Student Leadership, Activism, Asian American Students, Females
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Bowleg, Lisa – Health Education & Behavior, 2021
Audre Lorde's provocative admonishment, "The master's tools will never dismantle the master's house," is a fitting caution for Black and other scholars of color who seek to use traditional social and behavioral sciences research as a tool to achieve social justice and health equity in Black communities. Invoking Lorde, I use the…
Descriptors: Social Science Research, Research Methodology, Qualitative Research, Researchers
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Feldman, Jonathan Michael – Discourse and Communication for Sustainable Education, 2021
This paper investigates how one could envision a discursive mobilization process to transform protest movements into agents that help reconstruct the universities as agents supporting material mobilizations leading to ecological reconstruction. After reviewing universities' ecological footprints, the author shows how theories of mobilization and…
Descriptors: Universities, Conservation (Environment), Political Influences, Activism
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Díaz-Pérez, Silvia; Soler-i-Martí, Roger; Ferrer-Fons, Mariona – Comunicar: Media Education Research Journal, 2021
In 2019 the climate movement experienced an unprecedented growth in its mobilization capacity and its political and media impact. This success is closely linked to the rise of Greta Thunberg and her global impact, as well as to the organization effort of "Fridays for Future" in hundreds of local groups around the globe. This paper…
Descriptors: Climate, Activism, Social Media, Speeches
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Rodríguez-Suárez, Julio; Morán-Neches, Lorena; Herrero-Olaizol, Juan-Bautista – Comunicar: Media Education Research Journal, 2021
In recent years, digital networks have given rise to new spaces for socialization, action and protest, favouring the emergence of new forms of social participation that generate their own languages and new symbolic strategies. In order to analyze online mobilization within the Spanish context and in order to explore these realities in more depth,…
Descriptors: Activism, Foreign Countries, Social Action, Ethnography
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Saha, Lawrence J. – Educational Practice and Theory, 2021
The focus of this paper is whether type of Australian school attended makes a difference in student engagement in political and civic culture. Recently private schools have been said to "undermine cohesion" in Australian society. Similarly, it was argued over two decade ago that Australian private schools have skimmed the elite students…
Descriptors: Private Schools, Foreign Countries, Citizen Participation, Voting
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Ardèvol, Elisenda; Martorell, Sandra; San Cornelio, Gemma – Comunicar: Media Education Research Journal, 2021
Images are part of the communication strategies of both the hegemonic powers and political activism. Images have recently been the focus of studies on social movements, highlighting the importance of visual activism in social media. However, the relationship between these visual narratives and mythological structures and how they operate to…
Descriptors: Ecology, Activism, Social Media, Visual Aids
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Clabough, Jeremiah – Social Studies, 2021
In this article, I discuss one approach of implementing thematic teaching in the high school social studies classroom exploring the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s. First, a short summary for the type of high school social studies classroom envisioned in the C3 Framework by NCSS is discussed. Then, I define thematic teaching and the…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Social Studies, Civil Rights, Thematic Approach
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Torres, Francisco L.; Medina, Carmen L. – Journal of Literacy Research, 2021
Guided by theories of racialization and through a decolonial analysis, we share findings on the examination of four children's books written in Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane María. In engaging with these books, we situate our work in communal and research activist practices that foreground Puerto Ricans' hidden stories and knowledges.…
Descriptors: Childrens Literature, Natural Disasters, Puerto Ricans, Activism
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Nuñez Enriquez, Oscar; Oliver, Kimberly L. – Sport, Education and Society, 2021
Social aspects among Mexican society are based on gender hierarchy influencing every decision-making process. I was taught from a young age that every decision needed to come from me. While I had the opportunity to learn an activist approach to working with youth during my doctoral journey, I never thought it would challenge the epistemology of my…
Descriptors: Mexican Americans, Cultural Influences, Activism, Feminism
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Stevens, Kaylene M.; Martell, Christopher C. – Theory and Research in Social Education, 2021
In a previous study conducted before the emergence of the #MeToo Movement and the results of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election, the authors examined feminist teachers and found differences based on their liberal feminist or critical feminist perspectives. In this study, the authors examine the same participants five years later to determine if…
Descriptors: Social Studies, Elections, Political Campaigns, Presidents
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Badwan, Khawla – Critical Inquiry in Language Studies, 2021
Unmooring language is a proposal for a language-based social justice concept that aims to go beyond national and local epistemologies of language in place. This article contributes to current discussions in critical sociolinguistics about how to conceptualize language bearing in mind the primacy of mobility and fluidity. Drawing on folk…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Sociolinguistics, Folk Culture, Foreign Countries
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