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Rodríguez, Noreen Naseem – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2020
Although Iowa is commonly associated with cornfields and White farmers, Southeast Asian refugees have a remarkable history in this region that is largely unacknowledged. The recognition of this history, through inclusion in the school curriculum and the popular imagination, could be a powerful way to disrupt normative Whiteness and xenophobia in…
Descriptors: Refugees, Cultural Awareness, Social Bias, Inclusion
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Anwer, Megha; Varner, Matt – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2019
In a cultural moment when professors experience a debilitating hesitancy about initiating difficult conversations with undergraduate students, and the imperative of trigger warnings sometimes outweighs the will to navigate controversial materials, the fate of "violent films," as worthy of academic study, hangs precariously in the…
Descriptors: Films, Violence, Death, Teaching Methods
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Quan, Tracy; Bracho, Christian A.; Wilkerson, Michelle; Clark, Monica – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2019
Teachers in the United States receive conflicting messages about who they can and should be in and outside of the classroom. Some teachers may believe critical approaches to combating racial, political, and social issues are outside the scope of their classroom or not relevant to their discipline. Teachers may also feel constrained and…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Activism, Professional Identity, Teacher Attitudes
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Schultz, Lainie – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2018
The need for and impact of Object Based Learning (OBL) takes on particular relevance in institutions such as anthropology museums. Although museums in general have moved in the last several decades toward a renewed focus on their social impacts, anthropology museums in particular have needed to grapple with their own histories and the kinds of…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Museums, Exhibits, Anthropology
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Bal, Aydin – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2018
This article presents Culturally Responsive Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (CRPBIS), the first framework to operationalize cultural responsiveness in the context of positive behavioral interventions and supports in the United States (Bal 2011). To develop the CRPBIS framework, the author first conducted a systematic review of…
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Mixed Methods Research, Interdisciplinary Approach, Behavior Problems
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Olive, Rebecca – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2018
Today, cultural studies theories, methods, and approaches are no longer solely the preserve of departments of arts, humanities, or social sciences. This article offers one example of learning how to teach cultural studies content to human movement studies (HMS) students. The author explores how she drew on various feminist and cultural studies…
Descriptors: Movement Education, Cultural Awareness, Feminism, Recreational Activities
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Sandlin, Jennifer A.; Garlen, Julie C. – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2017
This review begins from a premise of Disney as a cultural curriculum. After a brief history of Disney studies, tracing the cultural analysis of Disney through the twentieth century, and drawing upon several recent literature reviews of Disney scholarship, the authors survey some of the most notable work produced in the last 10 years. They describe…
Descriptors: Popular Culture, Films, Recreational Facilities, Parks
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Sanjakdar, Fida; Allen, Louisa; Rasmussen, Mary Lou; Quinlivan, Kathleen; Brömdal, Annette; Aspin, Clive – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2015
The broad aim of most sexuality educational programs is to improve and promote health among students (Epstein and Johnson 1998; Allen 2005; Aggleton and Campbell 2000). Various education programs aim for young people to receive preparation for their sexual lives and be educated against sexual abuse and exploitation (Carmody 2009; Bay-Cheng 2003),…
Descriptors: Sexuality, Sex Education, Critical Theory, Health Promotion
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Villacañas de Castro, Luis S. – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2015
This research set out to explore what the author interpreted as a interpreted as a pedagogical shortcoming in the intercultural understanding (IU) model of cultural awareness, which prevails in foreign language (FL) education. According to it, fostering intercultural competence (Byram and Gribkova 2002; Deardorff 2009) is often considered one of…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Action Research, Models
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Helmsing, Mark – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2014
When entering the permanent exhibit titled "Living in America" in the Arab American National Museum (AANM) in Dearborn, Michigan, visitors are greeted with a sign that reads "Ahlan wa Sahlan." It is a greeting that translates in English to: "Your path is easier now that you are with us." The visitor, "you,"…
Descriptors: Museums, Exhibits, Arabs, Cultural Influences
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Madden, Brooke; McGregor, Heather E. – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2013
Engaging in pedagogy for decolonizing as a theoretical approach to Indigenous education with adults raises questions and tensions, particularly when individual student experience and structures embedded within colonial relations of power trouble one another in unpredictable ways. In this article, the authors use duoethnography to explore…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Power Structure, Ethnography, Doctoral Programs
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Jocson, Korina – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2010
The exploration of poetry as transformative reflects a literary movement attentive to larger struggles over signs and meanings. It is a movement that emphasizes textual play and seeks to alter the social, cultural, and institutional relations in which meanings are generated. Poetry in this sense, then, emphasizes the power of words as a form of…
Descriptors: Writing (Composition), Social Action, Poetry, Writing Across the Curriculum
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Simpson, Jennifer S. – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2010
In the classroom, issues including 9/11 and the occupation of Iraq often bring affective and cognitive investments among students and teachers to the forefront. Dialogue, conflicting viewpoints, and critical questioning, all central components of healthy democracies, become fraught with allegiances to long-held and frequently unseen norms. This…
Descriptors: Critical Theory, Democracy, Classroom Communication, Social Attitudes
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Hern, Matt – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2009
This article considers and assesses a youth exchange project between two community-based youth centers: The Purple Thistle Centre in East Vancouver, British Columbia, and the K'asho Got'ine Youth Centre in Fort Good Hope, Northwest Territories. Both centers serve primarily low-income youth, but after that the similarities are very few. The…
Descriptors: Rural Youth, Youth Programs, Exchange Programs, Foreign Countries
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Werry, Margaret – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2008
The author cites the popular distinction between "traveler" and "tourist", noting that the latter has come to signify someone less enlightened, less conscientious and less distinguished than the former. Discussing critical pedagogy in terms of this paradox, she draws upon her experience in designing and teaching an…
Descriptors: Critical Theory, Travel, Tourism, Foreign Countries
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