Using mixed-methods approaches to study intersectionality in higher education
Source:New directions for institutional research ; no. 151, Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, p.122 (2011)
Call Number:Cubb LB1028 .N5 NO.151
Keywords:Educational evaluation--United States, Universities and colleges--United States--Evaluation
Contents: Editors' notes / Kimberly A. Griffin, Samuel D. Museus -- Mapping the margins in higher education: On the promise of intersectionality frameworks in research and discourse / Samuel D. Museus, Kimberly A. Griffin -- Application of mixed-methods approaches to higher education and intersectional analyses / Kimberly A. Griffin. Samuel D. Museus -- Intersectionality in context: A mixed-methods approach to researching the faculty experience / Meghan J. Pifer -- Analyzing gender differences in black faculty marginalization through a sequential mixed-methods design / Kimberly A. Griffin, Jessica C. Bennett, Jessica Harris -- An introductory mixed-methods intersectionality analysis of college access and equity: An examination of first-generation Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders / Samuel D. Museus -- Using a sequential exploratory mixed-method design to examine racial hyperprivilege in higher education / Nolan L. Cabrera -- The utility of using mixed-methods and intersectionality approaches in conducting research on filipino american students' experiences with the campus climate and on sense of belonging / Dina C. Maramba, Samuel D. Museus -- Identity, intersectionality, and mixed-methods approaches / Casandra E. Harper.