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Antoniou, Petroula; Zembylas, Michalinos – Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education, 2019
The aim of this study was to investigate Greek-Cypriot primary school teachers' and students' perceptions of the concept of refugee using a phenomenological-interpretive framework. The value of a phenomenological study was to gain a deeper understanding of the roots of participants' perceptions of refugeehood as well as how those perceptions were…
Descriptors: Refugees, Student Attitudes, Teacher Attitudes, Phenomenology
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Nayak, Gopa; Salovaara, Isabel M.; Wade, Jeremy – Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education, 2019
This article presents a case study evaluation of an entrepreneurship education (EE) program for Tibetan refugees in India. In the context of both calls for and critiques of entrepreneurial support strategies for refugee communities, the authors of this study used mixed methods and ethnographic approaches to reflect upon the delivery and reception…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Independent Study, Refugees, Entrepreneurship
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Standish, Katerina – Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education, 2019
In this perspective I endeavor to offer a transpersonal reflection of the work of decolonization from the standpoint of a minority-cisgender-female-White-settler-migrant. This work, the work of decolonization, is not the same for all of us, it depends on our place in the globe and our "baggage" as beings who inherit the past while living…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations, Politics of Education, Multicultural Education
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Kwon, Jungmin – Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education, 2019
The study reported in this paper focuses on the narratives of six adult Third Culture Kids (TCKs) who lived in multiple countries during developmental years. It explores their childhood experiences with mobility and the impact that multiple shifts in location, culture, and language have had on their adult lives. The results indicate that they come…
Descriptors: Student Mobility, Cultural Background, Cultural Pluralism, Personal Narratives
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Sosa-Provencio, Mia Angélica – Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education, 2018
Through a Chicana Feminist and Curricular Reconceptualist lens, this article theorizes a Curriculum of the Mestiza/o Body as return to historicized, corporal knowing which takes shape, form, flesh and language in the Mestiza/o Body in order to nourish and arm especially Mexican/Mexican-American (Mexicana/o) young people toward equitable, hopeful…
Descriptors: Resistance (Psychology), Values Education, Hispanic American Students, Curriculum Development
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Phuntsog, Nawang – Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education, 2018
This conceptual paper reports the rare and unprecedented mother tongue based schooling of Tibetan children in exile in India as a success story that can serve as a model for displaced and indigenous peoples. A brief historical development of Tibetan language is offered to highlight the circuitous journey of Tibetan language from the indigenous to…
Descriptors: Sino Tibetan Languages, Refugees, Minority Groups, Language of Instruction
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Kang, Shin Ji; Jung, Seoyoon; Lee, Kyungwha – Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education, 2018
This paper articulates the challenges of the South Korean education system through a co-constructed narrative, employing duoethnographic methodology. The authors offer critical and contextualized perspectives on their personal and professional observations on the dysfunctional aspects of South Korean education including dehumanization and…
Descriptors: Ethnography, Korean, Sustainable Development, Foreign Countries
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Sepúlveda, Enrique, III – Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education, 2018
This article examines the deployment of border conocimiento and the subsequent cultural production of third spaces for transnational Mexican youth by Chicano educators who I call "border brokers" at a northern California high school. It examines the micro-level insurgent actions on the part of a small group of educators at Bosque High to…
Descriptors: Undocumented Immigrants, Mexicans, Epistemology, Ethnography
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Nyemba, Florence; Chitiyo, Rufaro A. – Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education, 2018
This study examined parental involvement practices by Zimbabwean immigrant mothers in Cincinnati, Ohio. Research had shown the link between parental involvement and children's academic success. We draw upon Epstein et al.'s (2002) parental involvement framework to examine how Zimbabwean immigrant mothers participate in their children's schooling…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Mothers, Parent Participation, Semi Structured Interviews
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Obondo, Margaret Akinyi – Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education, 2018
This study focuses on teachers of new arrival migrant pupils in a provincial school district in mid-Sweden. The paper draws from qualitative interviews with these teachers and extracts from lessons of as well as written reflections of these lessons. The study explores the teachers' perspectives and pedagogical responses to newcomer migrants in…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Culturally Relevant Education, Teaching Methods, Foreign Countries
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Lavoie, Constance; Blanchet, Patricia-Anne – Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education, 2018
The life narrative is an oral genre grounded in Indigenous tradition and teaching practice. In Canadian Indigenous communities, the expertise and content transmitted by life narratives are a part of their oral heritage. Drawing from their personal and professional experiences in Indigenous school environments, as well as the results from…
Descriptors: Indigenous Knowledge, Classroom Techniques, Biographies, Personal Narratives
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Ratliffe, Katherine T. – Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education, 2018
This qualitative study describes a small community of people in Hawai'i who were affiliated with Enewetak, an atoll exposed to nuclear testing by the United States after World War II. Pattern matching is used to compare their social and educational conditions to those of other involuntary migrant groups across the world. The Enewetak community is…
Descriptors: Qualitative Research, Migrants, Comparative Analysis, Environmental Influences
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Scott, David; Gani, Raphaël – Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education, 2018
From 2005-2010 the province of Alberta introduced a social studies program of study mandating that all K-12 teachers use the lens of First Nations, Metis, and Inuit perspectives to help students understand the past as well as key concepts and contemporary issues. This paper offers a systematic examination of a range of data sources, including…
Descriptors: Social Studies, Elementary School Teachers, Secondary School Teachers, American Indians
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Rodriguez, Louie F. – Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education, 2018
Social inequality as evident through poverty, racism, and irrelevant social and educational policies and practices have created consistent disparities on most educational achievement and attainment outcomes for historically marginalized students, and students of color specifically. These ongoing inequalities and injustices require policy,…
Descriptors: Minority Group Students, Story Telling, Social Justice, Disadvantaged Youth
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Miller, Tess – Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education, 2018
The practice of measuring Indigenous achievement dates back to the early 1960s. Since then, Indigenous people have been subjected to a number of different standardized assessments intended to capture indicators of their well-being. Unfortunately, little attention has been given to the cultural appropriateness of subjecting Indigenous people to…
Descriptors: Well Being, Canada Natives, Foreign Countries, Academic Achievement
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