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Discovering Successful Pathways in Children's Development Mixed Methods in the Study of Childhood and Family Life

ISBN-10: 0226886646
ISBN-13: 9780226886640
Edition: 2005
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Description: Presenting new studies of minority & immigrant families, school achievement, culture, race & gender, poverty, identity, & experiments & interventions meant to improve family & child contexts, this volume offers a new perspective on the study of  More...

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Book details

List price: $52.00
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Publication date: 2/15/2005
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 368
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

Presenting new studies of minority & immigrant families, school achievement, culture, race & gender, poverty, identity, & experiments & interventions meant to improve family & child contexts, this volume offers a new perspective on the study of childood & family life.

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Pathways through Classrooms, Schools, and Neighborhoods
Using Mixed Methods to Explore Latino Children's Literacy Development
Working It Out: The Chronicle of a Mixed-Methods Analysis
Mixed Methods, More Justified Conclusions: The Case of the Abt Evaluation of the Comer Program in Detroit
Ethnicity and the Development of Ethnic Identity in Childhood
The Ecology of Children's Racial Coping: Family, School, and Community Influences
Sites of Belonging: Acculturation, Discrimination, and Ethnic Identity among Children of Immigrants
Commentary- Toward Varied and Complementary Methodologies in the Study of Ethnic Identity in Childhood
Commentary- Ethnicity, Race, and Identity
Culture and Developmental Pathways
Taking Culture Seriously: Making the Social Survey Ethnographic
Combining Ethnography and GIS Technology to Examine Constructions of Developmental Opportunities in Contexts of Poverty and Disability
Using Mixed Methods in Social Experiments to Understand Impacts on Children's Pathways
Bullets Don't Got No Name: Consequences of Fear in the Ghetto
Qualitative/Quantitative Synergies in a Random-Assignment Program Evaluation
Commentary- Mixed Methods in Studies of Social Experiments for Parents in Poverty
Commentary- Viewing Mixed Methods through an Implementation Research Lens: A Response to the New Hope and Moving to Opportunity Evaluations
Family Intervention Studies: Inclusion and "Multiple Worlds" in Research and Practice
Entering the Developmental Niche: Mixed Methods in an Intervention Program for Inner-City Children Sara Harkness
Including Latino Immigrant Families, Schools, and Community Programs as Research Partners on the Good Path of Life (El Buen Camino de la Vida)
Civil Rights and Academic Development: Mixed Methods and the Task of Ensuring Educational Equality Mica Pollock Synthesis: A Reprise on Mixing Methods
List of Contributors
Index

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