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See detailSharing seeing: Exploring photo-elicitation with children in two different cultural contexts
Siry, Christina UL; Ali-Khan, Carolyne

in Teaching and Teacher Education (2014), 37

This work uses text and photos to explore research into visual methods with children in Pakistan and Luxembourg. Children are typically positioned as unable to participate as actors in the knowledge ... [more ▼]

This work uses text and photos to explore research into visual methods with children in Pakistan and Luxembourg. Children are typically positioned as unable to participate as actors in the knowledge economy. Their insights and voices are seldom heard in educational spaces. Using image-based research the authors solicited the voices of children by encouraging them to speak to adults though multiple mediums. The children in this research responded by creating and analyzing images and communicating to adults across difference in new ways. In addition they were able to use images as a base from which to re-see their worlds. [less ▲]

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See detailPolitical engagement as a child: Rethinking, reseeing and reinvesting youth in political participation
Siry, Christina UL; Ali-Khan, Carolyne; Siry, Dylan

in Tobin, Kenneth; Shady, Ashraf (Eds.) Transforming Urban Education (2014)

This chapter explores political involvement of youth through the perspectives of the third author, Dylan. We reflexively consider Dylan’s involvement in politics to extend his perspectives on political ... [more ▼]

This chapter explores political involvement of youth through the perspectives of the third author, Dylan. We reflexively consider Dylan’s involvement in politics to extend his perspectives on political participation and analyze the ways in which politics impact children, and in turn, how children impact politics. Pushing back on the popular notion that children are not able to be ‘political’ because they are too young, we weave Dylan’s voice throughout a discussion of the role of young people in politics grounded in critical theoretical perspectives. [less ▲]

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See detailCultures in the making: An examination of the ethical and methodological implications of collaborative research
Siry, Christina UL; Ali-Khan, Carolyne; Zuss, Mark

in Forum: Qualitative Sozialforschung = Forum: Qualitative Social Research [FQS] (2011), 12(2), 24

This paper explores ethical and methodological implications of collaborative research, and we discuss our examination of ways to work towards participatory, ethical relationships in research. Our core ... [more ▼]

This paper explores ethical and methodological implications of collaborative research, and we discuss our examination of ways to work towards participatory, ethical relationships in research. Our core concerns pertain to the experiential, lived and qualitative relations within emergent research communities. Questions that have guided us include: What does ‘we’ mean in research practice? How do we become a community of researchers? What forms of relations are shaped in the continuous process of inquiry? Whose interests are served? How can a community of researchers and their participants, formed and sustained by reciprocal, ethical relations, of trust, shared knowledges, curiosity and friendship, emerge? Key to approaching these is examining the contingent epistemological goals of research. We discuss four essential elements in the ethical qualities of research as a community of practice that stand out for "us." [less ▲]

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See detailWriting we: Collaborative text in educational research
Siry, Christina UL; Ali-Khan, Carolyne

in Malott, Curry; Portfilio, Bradley, J. (Eds.) Critical pedagogy in the 21st century (2011)

In this chapter we examine the critical possibilities of collaborative writing, as multiple layers of <br />voices intertwine to produce and understand collaborative authorship. We seek to challenge the ... [more ▼]

In this chapter we examine the critical possibilities of collaborative writing, as multiple layers of <br />voices intertwine to produce and understand collaborative authorship. We seek to challenge the <br />politics and epistemological assumptions of the do-your-own-work mentality pervasive throughout education. Through a theoretical, methodological and ethnographically thick exploration of collaboratively produced text, we offer a different paradigm for understanding and producing knowledge. Cowriting is examined as an unfolding, polyvocal, and necessarily <br />multifaceted journey toward a new critical pedagogy of working “with.” [less ▲]

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