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Intersectionality in Educational Research

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Dannielle Joy Davis Rachelle J. Brunn-Bevel James L. Olive Susan R. Jones


"This collection of research articles underscores the importance of understanding the intersections between race, class, and gender for educational policy, practice, and research. The book will be a great asset for anyone working to enhance educational equity and access."--Dr. Margaret L. Andersen "This book offers a comprehensive, complex and well-organized overview of intersectionality as a tool for critical inquiry and analysis and highlights its usefulness as a theoretical perspective and a qualitative and quantitative methodology. Incorporating examples relevant to a variety of disciplines and considering educational issues that range in relevance from K-12 to higher education, this book is a must read for policy makers, researchers, educators, administrators, practitioners, advocates and others vested in understanding the intersections of social disparities such as race, class, and gender and the ways in which such intersections shape the educational experiences and outcomes of marginalized populations. Whether your knowledge of intersectionality reflects that of a novice or seasoned scholar, you will find this book enthralling and the reflective questions at the end of each chapter thought provoking."--Yvette Murphy-Erby, Associate Dean, Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences "Intersectionality in Educational Research is an ambitious book designed to introduce readers to definitions and uses of intersectional theory in studying educational policy, practice, and theory. The editors have brought together scholars who employ intersectional theory in empirical and theoretical projects that span K-12 and higher education, students and faculty, and research approaches. This book is an ideal text for readers seeking to enter the scholarly conversation about intersectionality in education research."--Kristen Renn, Professor of Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education (HALE) in the Department of Educational Administration

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