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See detailMultivoiced research with children: Exploring methodological issues in children's documentation of school projects
Siry, Christina UL; Mick, Carola UL

in Kress, Tricia M.; Curry Stephenson, Malott; Porfilio, Brad J. (Eds.) Challenging Status Quo Retrenchment: New Directions in Critical Research (2013)

In educational sciences, the gathering of video diaries as a form of "student standpoint research" has become increasingly important, and critical developments in educational ethnography support ... [more ▼]

In educational sciences, the gathering of video diaries as a form of "student standpoint research" has become increasingly important, and critical developments in educational ethnography support participatory frameworks of ethnographic research projects. Legitimizing research subjects' voices through their own data collection corresponds to ethical demands of democratic, dialogical, multivoiced research. In this chapter, we combine perspectives from two different research projects in primary schools in Luxembourg to shed light on the methodological and practical underpinnings of collectively gathered audio-visual ethnographic data. Drawing on video data collected by children in schools, we consider ways in which children’s documentation of their school experiences allows for dynamic approaches to space, context, time, reality and identity. As we analyze the coherence between this kind of multiperspectival data and the demands of ethnographic research we seek to demonstrate the extents to which such methods allow for an interpretation of institutionally embedded, highly performative and individualised data authored by the children themselves. [less ▲]

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See detailHeteroglossia in a Multilingual Learning Space: Approaching Language beyond ‘Lingualisms’
Mick, Carola UL

in Hélot, Christine; Ó Laoire, Muiris (Eds.) Language Policy for the Multilingual Classroom. Pedagogy of the Possible (2011)

The book proposes a round the world exploration of the way our traditionally monolingual school systems are being challenged by students from diverse language backgrounds, forcing educationalists to ... [more ▼]

The book proposes a round the world exploration of the way our traditionally monolingual school systems are being challenged by students from diverse language backgrounds, forcing educationalists to question entrenched ideologies of language and challenging teachers in their everyday classrooms to rethink their relationships to language learning and the issue of diversity. [less ▲]

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See detailDiscourses of border crossers: Peruvian domestic workers in Lima as promoters of integration in Peru?
Mick, Carola UL

in Discourse Studies (2011), 13(2), 189-209

This article is based on narrative, autobiographic interviews with domestic workers in Peru focusing on their migration and work experiences. The interviewees evoke a border discourse that divides and ... [more ▼]

This article is based on narrative, autobiographic interviews with domestic workers in Peru focusing on their migration and work experiences. The interviewees evoke a border discourse that divides and hierarchizes Peruvian society and stigmatizes migrants, especially migrant domestic workers. As domestic service leads to intense social interactions at this ‘border’, the interviewees are constantly forced to ‘translate’ (Bhabha, 1996) when constructing their identity. The discourse-analytical bottom–up perspective focusing on membership categorization devices evaluates the performativity of the discourses of those considered as ‘oppressed’; it analyses processes of subjection and subjectification: whereas some of the interviewees internalize the discursively attributed inferior ‘Me’, others use the constructed borders as an opportunity to develop hybrid discourse strategies that cross and even deconstruct social categorizations. By focusing on the agency of ‘border-crossers’, the article aims at scientifically ‘rethinking the social with cultural difference as a constitutive feature’ (Papastergiadis, 2000: 18). [less ▲]

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See detailThe social construction of ‘school failure’ and ‘language problems’ Insights from the project Plurilingual Literacies in Luxembourg
Mick, Carola UL

in Penser l'éducation de demain. Etudes en l'honneur de Dominique Portante (2011)

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See detailEncuentros con Voces Marginadas Wir sind nicht unsichtbar. Peruanische Hausangestellte in Lima erzählen
Mick, Carola UL

Book published by Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag (2011)

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See detailAlteridad y Oportunidad: Discurso y Migración
Mick, Carola UL

in Anfora (2011), 18(31), 13-27

Objetivos: el presente artículo argumenta en favor de una conceptualización heteroglósica del fenómeno migratorio. Con apoyo en resultados de un estudio discursivo con migrantes peruanas en Lima, Perú ... [more ▼]

Objetivos: el presente artículo argumenta en favor de una conceptualización heteroglósica del fenómeno migratorio. Con apoyo en resultados de un estudio discursivo con migrantes peruanas en Lima, Perú, elabora una metodología de análisis que se interesa tanto por la sujeción de los migrantes como por su subjetivación individual y colectiva por medio de la migración en un mundo globalizado. Materiales y método: se basa en el establecimiento del diálogo con los migrantes, es decir, en la legitimación de sus voces como participantes en la construcción social de la migración como fenómeno social. Con base en el concepto del discurso y su análisis crítico, elabora los recursos simbólicos diversos e híbridos a los que recurren los migrantes al construir la realidad social de la que forman parte. Resultados: al abrirse a la diferencia cultural del otro migrante mediante la metodología propuesta, se logra entender la realidad social que construyen los migrantes en, con y por la migración. El encuentro con la diversidad de sus voces demuestra las oportunidades que residen en la alteridad. Sus voces permiten no solamente acercarse conceptualmente al fenómeno social de la migración, sino que también dan una idea de las posibilidades de agencia individual y colectiva social en un mundo posmoderno globalizado. Conclusiones: el encuentro con las voces de los migrantes, tal como lo permite el análisis del discurso propuesto, puede promover la conciencia de las condiciones de existencia en el mundo moderno y sensibilizar en miras a la discursividad de la realidad social en general. [less ▲]

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See detailDiscursos de oprimidas. Análisis de los discursos de trabajadoras del hogar peruanas en Lima
Mick, Carola UL

in Papeles de Poblacion (2010), 16(63), 187-218

Discourses by the oppressed: critical analysis of the discourses of Peruvian maids in Lima This article is based on 32 interviews, in the capital of Peru, Lima, with domestic workers (all women) who ... [more ▼]

Discourses by the oppressed: critical analysis of the discourses of Peruvian maids in Lima This article is based on 32 interviews, in the capital of Peru, Lima, with domestic workers (all women) who migrated from other regions of the country. It analyzes their migration experiences taking into account their current situation, social and professional, as a social problem with a semiotic aspect. It investigates the language-power relationship from a critical discourse-analytical bottom up-perspective, focusing on how domestic workers construct their identity and social reality, relating to basic ideological structures which defi ne them as ‘oppressed’, and choosing different strategies in view of them. With a combination of the methods of conversation and discourse analysis while focusing on membership categorization processes, it shows how domestic workers transform ideologies in this process, contributing to social change and thus exercising infl uence and power in discourse. [less ▲]

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See detailBook review: LAURA KAJETZKE. Wissen im Diskurs: Ein Theorienvergleich von Bourdieu und Foucault
Mick, Carola UL

in Discourse Studies (2009), 11(4), 505-506

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See detailLas semillas de la democracia. Educación en sociedades multiculturales
Mick, Carola UL; Luque, José C.

in Revista Latinoamericana de Estudios Educativos (2009), XXXIX(1&2), 39-64

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See detailLanguage and Literacy Learning and the Hidden Curriculum in Multilingual Learning Settings
Mick, Carola UL

in Intercultural Education: Paideia, Polity, Demoi (2009)

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See detailReview of Benwell, Bethan; Stokoe, Elizabeth (2006) "Discourse and Identity"
Mick, Carola UL

in Gesprächsforschung : Online-Zeitschrift zur verbalen Interaktion (2008)

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