Art, social justice and critical pedagogy in educational researchCitation formats

Standard

Art, social justice and critical pedagogy in educational research : ‘The Portrait of an Artist as a Young Person’. / Habib, Sadia.

Handbook of Qualitative Research in Education - 2nd edition. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2020. p. 360-372.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterpeer-review

Harvard

Habib, S 2020, Art, social justice and critical pedagogy in educational research: ‘The Portrait of an Artist as a Young Person’. in Handbook of Qualitative Research in Education - 2nd edition. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, pp. 360-372.

APA

Habib, S. (2020). Art, social justice and critical pedagogy in educational research: ‘The Portrait of an Artist as a Young Person’. In Handbook of Qualitative Research in Education - 2nd edition (pp. 360-372). Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.

Vancouver

Habib S. Art, social justice and critical pedagogy in educational research: ‘The Portrait of an Artist as a Young Person’. In Handbook of Qualitative Research in Education - 2nd edition. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. 2020. p. 360-372

Author

Habib, Sadia. / Art, social justice and critical pedagogy in educational research : ‘The Portrait of an Artist as a Young Person’. Handbook of Qualitative Research in Education - 2nd edition. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2020. pp. 360-372

Bibtex

@inbook{30dc9a8a8f86422fa0e3ee06b6e4a72a,
title = "Art, social justice and critical pedagogy in educational research: {\textquoteleft}The Portrait of an Artist as a Young Person{\textquoteright}",
abstract = "In this chapter I present an account of arts-based educational research in which young Londoners speak about their experiences and observations of social justice. The classroom-based ethnographic research I describe is informed by respect for people and place. When exploring identities and belongings, the young people and their teachers benefit from adopting the principles of critical pedagogy in the classroom. I show how interrogating social identities in creative, reflective and collaborative ways is central to learning and teaching about identities and belongings. The combination of arts-based educational research and critical pedagogy advocated in this chapter opens up creative spaces for how we understand complex human identities. I conclude by showing how young people understand the Self and the Other – in reference to classed and racial struggles – through the qualitative-creative approach in educational research.",
keywords = "social justice, educational research, critical pedagogy, arts methods, identity, belonging",
author = "Sadia Habib",
year = "2020",
language = "English",
pages = "360--372",
booktitle = "Handbook of Qualitative Research in Education - 2nd edition",
publisher = "Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd",
address = "United Kingdom",

}

RIS

TY - CHAP

T1 - Art, social justice and critical pedagogy in educational research

T2 - ‘The Portrait of an Artist as a Young Person’

AU - Habib, Sadia

PY - 2020

Y1 - 2020

N2 - In this chapter I present an account of arts-based educational research in which young Londoners speak about their experiences and observations of social justice. The classroom-based ethnographic research I describe is informed by respect for people and place. When exploring identities and belongings, the young people and their teachers benefit from adopting the principles of critical pedagogy in the classroom. I show how interrogating social identities in creative, reflective and collaborative ways is central to learning and teaching about identities and belongings. The combination of arts-based educational research and critical pedagogy advocated in this chapter opens up creative spaces for how we understand complex human identities. I conclude by showing how young people understand the Self and the Other – in reference to classed and racial struggles – through the qualitative-creative approach in educational research.

AB - In this chapter I present an account of arts-based educational research in which young Londoners speak about their experiences and observations of social justice. The classroom-based ethnographic research I describe is informed by respect for people and place. When exploring identities and belongings, the young people and their teachers benefit from adopting the principles of critical pedagogy in the classroom. I show how interrogating social identities in creative, reflective and collaborative ways is central to learning and teaching about identities and belongings. The combination of arts-based educational research and critical pedagogy advocated in this chapter opens up creative spaces for how we understand complex human identities. I conclude by showing how young people understand the Self and the Other – in reference to classed and racial struggles – through the qualitative-creative approach in educational research.

KW - social justice

KW - educational research

KW - critical pedagogy

KW - arts methods

KW - identity

KW - belonging

UR - https://www.elgaronline.com/view/edcoll/9781788977142/9781788977142.00042.xml

M3 - Chapter

SP - 360

EP - 372

BT - Handbook of Qualitative Research in Education - 2nd edition

PB - Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd

ER -