Researching identity/ies: Theoretical and methodological frames

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Show simple item record Smith, Jill en Chan, Angel en Biebricher, C en
dc.coverage.spatial Auckland, New Zealand en 2019-09-19T21:34:35Z en 2019-05-30 en
dc.identifier.citation School of Curriculum and Pedagogy Research Panel, 30 May 2019, Auckland, New Zealand en
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dc.description.abstract Diverse immigrants have transformed the demographic landscape of Aotearoa New Zealand. My research used a life story methodological approach to explore Chinese immigrant parents’ identity choices for themselves and their children. Identity theories, such as the work of Stuart Hall, were used to conceptualise the study and to analyse the data. The participants’ choices demonstrated complex politics of identity, revealing their nuanced sense of (non)belonging and in/exclusion, as well as their aspirations for children’s cultural heritages. en
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dc.title Researching identity/ies: Theoretical and methodological frames en
dc.type Presentation en
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pubs.start-date 2019-05-30 en
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pubs.subtype Oral Presentation (Not presented at a conference) en
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pubs.elements-id 773616 en Education and Social Work en Curriculum and Pedagogy en
pubs.record-created-at-source-date 2019-06-04 en

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