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EPSY 6530: Research Methodologies as Contexts for Learning

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Lave J. & Gibson T. (2011). Apprenticeship in critical ethnographic practice. University of Chicago Press. 


Keifert, D., & Stevens, R. (2019). Inquiry as a members’ phenomenon: Young children as competent inquirers. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 28(2), 240-278.
Keifert, D. T. (2021). Family culture as context for learning through inquiry. Cognition and instruction, 39(3), 242-274.
Vossoughi, S., & Escudé, M. (2016). What does the camera communicate? An inquiry into the politics and possibilities of video research on learning. Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 47(1), 42-58.
Cannella, G. S. (2000). The scientific discourse of education: Predetermining the lives of others—Foucault, education, and children. Contemporary issues in early childhood, 1(1), 36-44.
Gutiérrez, K., Becker, B.L.C., Espinoza, M.L., Cortes, K.L., Cortez, A., Lizárraga, J.R.,…Yin, P., (2019). Youth as historical actors in the production of possible futures, Mind, Culture, and Activity 38(3). 
Marin, A. M. (2020). Ambulatory sequences: Ecologies of learning by attending and observing on the move
Nxumalo & Cedillo (2017) Decolonizing place in early childhood studies: Thinking with Indigenous onto-epistemologies and Black feminist geographies
Vossoughi Escudé Kitundu & Espinoza (2021) Pedagogical “hands and eyes”: Embodied learning and the genesis of ethical perception
Takeuchi & Dadkhahfard (2019) Rethinking bodies of learners through STEM education
Lindberg, Marin, & Silverman (2021) Improvisational Dance as Enactive Cognition: What Do Novice Dancers Teach Us about Embodied Cognition in Dance?
Chen, R. S. (2021). The researcher’s participant roles in ethical data collection of Autistic interaction. Social Interaction. Video-Based Studies of Human Sociality, 4(2).
Curnow, J., & Vea, T. (2020). Emotional configurations of politicization in social justice movements. Information and Learning Sciences.

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