Garrett Albert Duncan

Garrett Albert Duncan
Washington University in St. Louis | WUSTL , Wash U · Department of Education

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This article examines stage models of racial identity that researchers and educators use to explain the subjective processes that influence how black youth navigate school. Despite the explicit challenge that most models of racial identity have posed to racist discourses in the research literature, the underlying ethics of their developmental traje...
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Data presented in a previously reported ethnographic research project indicated that an urban elementary school regularly subjects its students to dated curricular materials and supplies. As reported, this occurred even though the school had at its disposal updated and even state‐of‐the‐art resources, such as computers, visual aids, curriculum and...
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North American critical race theorists maintain race is a central feature in the social and economic organization of the United States. Rather than describing an objective reality or a psychological operation, according to these theorists, race is best understood as power relationships that define dominant and subjugated positions in society. In th...
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In the previous article Mary M. Brabeck and Lauren Rogers called for dialogue between moral educators of North America and human rights educators of South America, noting that the latter group has much to offer the former for its work in the United States. In what follows, I posit that moral educators can learn not only from South American human ri...
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The present article draws on ethnographic data to illuminate dynamics of race, gender, and systemic violence in an informal urban learning environment. It makes critical linkages among relationships that undermine the educational achievement of Black children. The article does not stop at simply documenting violent schooling conditions, however. It...
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This article examines Black adolescence and schooling within the conceptual framework of mediated action theory. It analyzes the discourses of six Black high school students that connect the concepts of "space," relating to the physical body, and "place," defining the arrangement of public institutions, to relations of domination and subjugation, o...
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This article examines the ways in which teenage black males shape and give meaning to their social and academic lives at a high-achieving, post-desegregated high school in the United States Midwest. Data indicate that black students engage in various communicative activities to negotiate the unfair academic setting and indifferent social climate th...
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Typescript (photocopy). Thesis (Ph. D.)--Claremont Graduate School, 1994. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 333-360).

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