Poetic Lives: Poetic representation Within Spaces of Narrative and Feminist Research
This PowerPoint presentation examines two participants from different social groups and their perceptions of a sociopolitical children's text. It was conducted within spaces of narrative and feminist research in which participants' biographies, their social categories, in addition to conducting an interview to discuss a sociopolitical event through a children's text. The text, Smoky night by Eve Bunting depicts the Los Angeles Uprisings from a child's point of view. Author concludes that narrative inquiry and poetic representation are poignant methods in which to work within teacher's lives and the stories they tell.
American Educational Research Association National Conference
Wiggins, Joy L., "Poetic Lives: Poetic representation Within Spaces of Narrative and Feminist Research" (2008). Woodring College of Education Faculty Publications. 10.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Teachers--Training of; Multicultural education; Narrative inquiry (Research method)
Subjects - Names (LCNAF)
Bunting, Eve, 1928-. Smoky night
presentations (communicative events)