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Critical ethnography

Presenter: Debra Hayes

Respondent: Ken Johnston

Time: 4:30-6:30pm, 26 November 2009 (refreshments at 4:30pm for 5:00pm start)

Venue: Room 351, Education Building (A35), The University of Sydney

Negotiated ethnography: the possibilities for practice, by Debra Hayes

Despite advances in theoretical conceptualisations of inequities in education, and more thorough mappings of the form and distribution of inequities, practice remains problematic, particularly in contexts in which there are high levels of poverty and difference. While undertaking research in schools in these communities in recent years, I have worked with university, system and school-based colleagues to develop negotiated ethnographic research processes that involve the participants in all stages of the research – the identification of useful data, the development and collection of appropriate data, as well as its analysis.