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EDHE 6850: Studies in Higher/Adult Education,

Useful library information for EDHE 6850: Studies in Higher/Adult Education, Dr. Baldwin

Required Readings for EDHE 6850

Introduction to Qualitative Research

Freebody, P. R. (2003). Exploring the neighbourhood in search of the ‘qualitative’. In Qualitative research in education (pp. 34-54). SAGE Publications Ltd.
Willis, J. W. (2007). Frameworks for qualitative research. In Foundations of qualitative research: Interpretive and critical approaches (pp. 147-184). SAGE Publications, Inc.

Critical Qualitative Inquiry

Denzin, N. K. (2017). Critical qualitative inquiry. Qualitative Inquiry, 23(1), 8-16.
Cannella, G. S. & Lincoln, Y. S. (2015). Deploying qualitative methods for critical social purposes. In G. S. Cannella, M. S. Perez, & P. A. Pasque (Eds.), Critical qualitative inquiry: Foundations and futures (pp. 243-263). Taylor & Francis Group.
Winkle-Wagner, R., Gaskew, A. N., & Lee-Johnson, J. (2019) The missing link in data analysis: An introduction to the use of critical theory to guide data analysis. In R. Winkle-Wagner, J. Lee-Johnson, & A. N. Gaskew (Eds.), Critical Theory and Qualitative Data Analysis in Education (pp. 3-13). Routledge.
White, C. (2015). Critical qualitative research: A social education perspective. In C. White (Ed.), Critical qualitative research in social education (pp. 1-9). Information Age Publishing.

Ethical Considerations, Reflexivity, and Voice

Lichtman, M. (2014). Qualitative research—a reflexive stance. In Qualitative research for the social sciences (pp. 27-52). SAGE Publications, Inc.
Jacobson, D., & Mustafa, N. (2019). Social identity map: A reflexivity tool for practicing explicit positionality in critical qualitative research. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 18, 1-12.
Dickson-Swift, V., James, E. L., Kippen, S., & Liamputtong, P. (2009). Researching sensitive topics: qualitative research as emotion work. Qualitative Research, 9(1), 61–79.
Alcoff, L. A. (2008). The problem of speaking for others. In Jackson, A. Y., & Mazzei, L. A. (Eds.). Voice in qualitative inquiry: Challenging conventional, interpretive, and critical conceptions in qualitative research (pp. 117-135). Taylor & Francis Group. 

Data Collection and Analysis

Swaminathan, R., & Mulvihill T. M. (2017). Questions along the qualitative research journey. In R. Swaminathan & T. M. Mulvihill (Eds.), Critical Approaches to Questions in Qualitative Research (23-54). Routledge. *Note this is a partial reading of the chapter
Fine, M., Weis, L., Weseen, S. and Wong, L. (2003). For whom? Qualitative research, representations, and social responsibilities. In N.K. Denzin & Y.S. Lincoln (Eds.), The landscape of qualitative research (2nd ed., pp. 167-207). SAGE Publications, Inc.
Charmaz, K. (2016). The power of stories and the potential of theorizing for social justice studies. In Denzin, N. K. & Giardiana, M. D. (Eds.), Qualitative inquiry through a critical lens (pp. 41-56). Routledge.
Mehra, B. (2001). Research on personal quest? Dilemmas in studying my own kind. In Merchant, B. & Willis, A. I. (Eds.), Multiple and intersecting identities in qualitative research (pp. 69-82). Psychology Press.

Critical Race Theories & Critical Race Methodologies

Crenshaw, K. (2002). The first decade: Critical reflections, or foot in the closing door. UCLA Law Review, 49(5), 1343-1373.
Ladson-Billings, G., & Tate, W. F. (1995). Toward a critical race theory of education. Teachers College Record, 97(1), 47-68.
Solórzano, D. G., & Yosso, T. J. (2016). Critical race methodology: Counter-storytelling as an analytical framework for educational research. In E. Taylor, D. Gillborn, & G. Ladson-Billings (Eds.), Foundations of critical race theory in education (2nd ed., pp. 127–142). Routledge.
Cabrera, N. L. (2018). Where is the racial theory in critical race theory?: A constructive criticism of the crits. The Review of Higher Education, 42(1), 209-233.

Black and Latinx Methodologies/Frameworks

Clark, J. S. & Brooms, D. R. (2021). Unapologetic Black inquiry: Centering Blackness in education research. In Matias, C. E. (Ed.), The handbook of critical theoretical research methods in education (pp. 303-318). Routledge. 
Haynes, C., & Cobb, F. (2022). I write you from the Sunken Place. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 35(4), 425-437. 
Bernal, D. (1998). Using a Chicana feminist epistemology in educational research. Harvard Educational Review, 68(4), 1-26.
Carmona, J. F. (2021). “Dime con quién andas y te diré quién eres”: Theories and methodologies that center Latinx/a/o epistemologies and pedagogies. In N. M. Garcia, C. S. Salinas Jr., and J. Cisneros (Eds.), Studying Latinx/a/o Students in Higher Education (pp. 68-78). Routledge.

Feminist Methodologies & Intersectionality Frameworks

Ohito, E. O. (2021). Some of us die: a Black feminist researcher’s survival method for creatively refusing death and decay in the neoliberal academy. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 34(6), 515-533.
Evans-Winters, V. & Esposito, J. (2018). Researching the bridge called our backs: the invisibility of ‘us’ in qualitative communities. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 31(9), 863-876.
Crenshaw, K. (1989). “Demarginalizing the intersection of race and sex: A Black feminist critique of antidiscrimination doctrine, feminist theory and antiracist politics,” University of Chicago Legal Forum, 139-167.
Harris, J. C., & Patton, L. D. (2019). Un/doing intersectionality through higher education research. The Journal of Higher Education, 90(3), 347-372.

Ableism Methodologies & Frameworks

Annamma, S. A., Jackson, D. D., & Morrison, D. (2017). Conceptualizing color-evasiveness: Using dis/ability critical race theory to expand a color-blind racial ideology in education and society. Race Ethnicity and Education, 20(2), 147-162. 
Dickens, B. & Pearson, H. (2021). (Re)framing qualitative research as a prickly artichoke: Peeling back the layers of structural ableism within the institutional research process. In Lester, J. N. & Nusbaum, E. A. (Eds.), Centering diverse bodyminds in critical qualitative inquiry (pp. 81-94). Routledge.
Boda, P. A., Nusbaum, E. A., & Kulkarni, S. S. (2022). From ‘what is’ toward ‘what if’ through intersectionality: problematizing ableist erasures and coloniality in racially just research. International Journal of Research & Method in Education, 1-14.
Abrams, E. J., & Abes, E. S. (2021). " It's Finding Peace in My Body": Crip Theory to Understand Authenticity for a Queer, Disabled College Student. Journal of College Student Development, 62(3), 261-275. 

Queer Methodologies & Frameworks

Squire, D., Nicolazzo, Z., & Perez, R. J. (2019). Institutional response as non-performative: What university communications (don't) say about movements toward justice. The Review of Higher Education, 42(5), 109-133.
Duran, A. (2019). A photovoice phenomenological study exploring campus belonging for queer students of color. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 56(2), 153-167. 
Nicolazzo, Z. (2021). Imagining a trans* epistemology: What liberation thinks like in postsecondary education. Urban Education, 56(3), 511-536.
Pryor, J. T. (2021). Queer activist leadership: An exploration of queer leadership in higher education. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 14(3), 303-315.

Asian and Indigenous Methodologies & Frameworks

Poon, O., Squire, D., Kodama, C., Byrd, A., Chan, J., Manzano, L., ... & Bishundat, D. (2016). A critical review of the model minority myth in selected literature on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in higher education. Review of Educational Research, 86(2), 469-502.
Alcantar, C. M., Kim, V., & Teranishi, R. T. (2022). Space and place at Asian American and Pacific Islander–serving community colleges: The geography of campus student support for Asian American and Pacific Islander students. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 15(2), 178-193. 
Kovach, M. (2016). Moving forward, pushing back: Indigenous methodologies in the academy. In Denzin, N.K. & Giardina, M. D. (Eds.), Qualitative inquiry through a critical lens (pp. 31-39). Routledge.
Salis Reyes, N. A. (2019). “What Am I Doing to Be a Good Ancestor?”: An Indigenized Phenomenology of Giving Back Among Native College Graduates. American Educational Research Journal, 56(3), 603-637. 

White Methodologies & Frameworks

Cabrera, N. L., Watson, J. S., & Franklin, J. D. (2016). Racial arrested development: A critical whiteness analysis of the campus ecology. Journal of College Student Development, 57(2), 119-134. 
Mueller, J. C. (2017). Producing colorblindness: Everyday mechanisms of white ignorance. Social Problems, 64(2), 219-238.
Tapia-Fuselier, N. & Irwin, L. (2019). Strengths so White: Interrogating StrengthsQuest education through a critical Whiteness lens. Journal of Critical Scholarship on Higher Education and Student Affairs, 5(1), 30-44. 
Foste, Z., & Jones, S. R. (2020). Narrating whiteness: A qualitative exploration of how white college students construct and give meaning to their racial location. Journal of College Student Development, 61(2), 171-188.

Critical Discourse Analysis and Content Analysis

Rogers, R. (2011). Critical approaches to discourse analysis in educational research. In R. Rogers, (Ed.), An introduction to critical discourse analysis in education (2nd ed., pp. 1–20). Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Jones, V. A. (2019). Discourse within university presidents’ responses to racism: Revealing patterns of power and privilege. Teachers College Record, 121(4), 1-32.
Taylor Jr, L. D. (2020). Neoliberal Consequence: Data-driven decision making and the subversion of student success efforts. The Review of Higher Education, 43(4), 1069-1097.
Jones, V. A., & Kunkle, K. (2022). Unmarked privilege and marked oppression: A comparative content analysis of predominantly white and minority serving institution literature. Innovative Higher Education. Available online at 

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