Studying Race as Discursively Constructed: Maintaining the Theoretical Coherence of a Researcher's Logic of Inquiry

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Abstract

This paper conveys how my own ways of seeing race evolved throughout my dissertation research as I struggled to maintain the theoretical coherence of my logic of inquiry—alignment between my theoretical framework and methodological approach.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Apr 9 2011
EventAmerican Education Research Association Annual Convention - New Orleans, LA
Duration: Apr 9 2011Apr 9 2011

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OtherAmerican Education Research Association Annual Convention
Period04/9/1104/9/11

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