Texts of Influence

So while I really like this whole visual bibliography, I’m including a somewhat more traditional list of resources, particularly for the journal articles I have been reading.

Articles of Influence

Apple, M. W. (2011). Global Crises, Social Justice, and Teacher Education. Journal of Teacher Education, 62(2), 222–234. doi:10.1177/0022487110385428

Balsano, A. B. (2005). Youth Civic Engagement in the United States : Understanding and Addressing the Impact of Social Impediments on Positive Youth and Community Development. Applied Developmental Science, 9(4), 188–201. doi:10.1207/s1532480xads0904

Bickford, D. M. (2008). Using testimonial novels to think about social justice. Education, Citizenship and Social Justice, 3(2), 131–146. doi:10.1177/1746197908090078

Charmaraman, L. (2011). Congregating to create for social change: urban youth media production and sense of community. Learning Media And Technology, 1–14. doi:10.1080/17439884.2011.621956

Christens, B D, & Dolan, T. (2010). Interweaving Youth Development, Community Development, and Social Change Through Youth Organizing. Youth Society, 43(2), 528–548. doi:10.1177/0044118X10383647

Christens, B. D., & Dolan, T. (2010). Interweaving Youth Development, Community Development, and Social Change Through Youth Organizing. Youth & Society, 43(2), 528–548. doi:10.1177/0044118X10383647

Eggers, D. (2008). Dave Eggers’ wish: Once Upon a School.

Fendler, L. (2013). Others and the Problem of Community, 36(3), 303–326.

Gerodimos, R. (2011). ONLINE YOUTH CIVIC ATTITUDES AND THE LIMITS OF CIVIC CONSUMERISM. Information Communication Society, 15(2), 1–29. doi:10.1080/1369118X.2011.572983

Goodman, S. (2003). Teaching Youth Media: A Critical Guide to Literacy, Video Production, and Social Change.

Greenwald, H. P., Pearson, D., Beery, W. L., & Cheadle, A. (2006). Youth development, community engagement, and reducing risk behavior. The journal of primary prevention, 27(1), 3–25. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16421653

Kaur, B. (2012). Equity and social justice in teaching and teacher education. Teaching and Teacher Education, 28(4), 485–492. doi:10.1016/j.tate.2012.01.012

Lynn, M., & Smith-Maddox, R. (2007). Preservice teacher inquiry: Creating a space to dialogue about becoming a social justice educator. Teaching and Teacher Education, 23(1), 94–105. doi:10.1016/j.tate.2006.04.004

McLeod, J. M. (2000). Media and civic socialization of youth. Journal of Adolescent Health. Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6T80-40RTM34-9/2/d3b7d65aa7752b89f96f30018c0f55d3

Nagda, B., & Gurin, P. (2007). Intergroup dialogue: A critical‐dialogic approach to learning about difference, inequality, and social justice. … Directions for Teaching and Learning, (111), 35–45. doi:10.1002/tl

North, C. E. (2013). More Than Words ? Delving Into the Substantive Meaning ( s ) of “ Social Justice ” in Education, 76(4), 507–535.

Perliger, A., Canetti-Nisim, D., & Pedahzur, A. (2006). Democratic attitudes among high-school pupils: The role played by perceptions of class climate. School Effectiveness and School Improvement, 17(1), 119–140. doi:10.1080/09243450500405217

Power, A. (2010). Community engagement as authentic learning with reflection. Issues In Educational Research, 20(1), 57–63. Retrieved from http://www.iier.org.au/iier20/power.pdf

Soep, E. (2006). Beyond literacy and voice in youth media production. McGill Journal of Education, 41(3), 197–214. Retrieved from http://mje.mcgill.ca/index.php/MJE/article/view/736/576

Web-based discussions:

“A Round-up and Re-frame of the Community Care Conversation,” from  http://www.organizingupgrade.com/index.php/modules-menu/community-care/item/755-a-round-up-and-re-frame-of-the-community-care-conversation

“Response to ‘An End to Self Care’: How About ‘An End to the Activist Martyr Complex?’” from http://www.spectraspeaks.com/2012/10/response-to-an-end-to-self-care-community-care-how-about-an-end-to-the-martyr-complex/

Ongoing thread related to sponsored content on The Atlantic website, moderated by Andrew Sullivan at The Daily Dish

Other textual influences this semester, some read in full, some with great titles I’ve flipped through, still to be read…(pictured in the Visual Bibliographies)

Partnering to Prepare Urban Teachers, particularly the chapter entitled “Promoting Participatory Democracy through Community Organizing,” by Dennis Shirley in the volume edited by Francine Peterman

The Power of Identity, Volume II, by Manuel Castells

Publicity’s Secret: How Technoculture Capitalizes on Democracy, by Jodi Dean

Mythologies, by Roland Barthes

In Search of America’s Past: learning to read history in elementary school, by Bruce VanSledright

Preparing America’s Teachers: A History, by James W. Fraser

The City and the Grassroots, by Manuel Castells

Deepening Democracy: Institutional Innovations in Empowered Participatory Governance, from The Real Utopias Project, by Archon Fung and Eric Olin Wright

Hugging the Middle: How Teachers Teach in an Era of Testing and Accountability, by Larry Cuban

Theory and Educational Research: Toward Critical Social Explanation, by Jean Anyon

Ghetto Schooling: A Political Economy of Urban Educational Reform, by Jean Anyon

Choosing Colleges: How Social Class and Schools Structure Opportunity, by Patricia McDonough

Global Education, Inc., by Stephen Ball

Ordinary Affects, by Kathleen Stewart

Inside Teaching, by Mary Kennedy

Race in the Schoolyard, by Amanda Lewis

Schoolteacher, by Dan Lortie

The Prophet, by Kahlil Gibran

Fire in the Ashes, by Jonathan Kozol

People who’ve spent considerable time talking to me about this who deserve some thanks, too:

Tricia Gray

Diane Amdor

Sydney Brown

Aaron Musson

Aaron Chambers

Matt Wills

Stephanie Peterson

Tricia Parker


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