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The affective responses of ethnic minority readers to indigenous ghetto literature

The affective responses of ethnic minority readers to indigenous ghetto literature

a measurement.

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Minorities.,
  • Books and reading -- Research.

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    Other titlesEthnic minority readers, Minority readers, Ghetto literature
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvi, 149 leaves.
    Number of Pages149
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17245335M

    ). Because of the enormous amount of literature that focuses on race/ethnic-ity and educational inequality,' specific but flexible protocols were used to guide and focus the process of conducting this literature review. Some restrictions were imposed to allow the literature review to be conducted within the allocated space and period of time. “In bringing together literary criticism, interviews and author reflections, Stewart and Atkinson’s Ethnic Literary Traditions in American Children’s Literature examines the focal literature from several different ethnic polyphonic nature of this volume emphasizes the complexity of the field of contemporary children’s literature and invites readers to take part in some of Format: Hardcover.

      Written responses reflected eight distinct categories ranging from elaborative descriptions of conventional race categories to responses refusing the construct of race/ethnicity. Students’ endorsement of multiple or ‘Other’ ethnicities, and the resultant categories, differed by gender, grade, school type, and school compositions.   Most of the existing literature on racial microaggressions has focused on the experiences of individuals from African, Asian, and Latino origin (e. g., Blume et al. ; Owen et al. ; Nadal a, b), although researchers are beginning to expand their focus to include other ethnic and racial minority groups, including American Indians Cited by:

      So what is ethnic literature? Literature in which the protagonists or, in the case of poetry, the speakers, are conscious of being members of a group of people sharing a common and distinctive racial, national, religious, linguistic, or cultural heritage. I define it by subject matter rather than the ethnic background of the author. Call for Papers. International Conference “Narrative Encounters with Ethnic American Literatures” Location: University of Klagenfurt, Austria Dates: September , Taking a cue from pioneering efforts at the intersection of context-oriented approaches in race and ethnicity studies and post-classical narratology, this conference is interested in the relationship between narrative.


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