Based on a three year ethnographic study of a class on the sociology of Latino a society, this book tells the story of how the students navigated academic life in a predominantly white university to construct their own education.
Title: The Struggle of Latino/Latina University Students: In Search of a Liberating Education
Author: Felix M. Padilla
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The Struggle of Latino Latina University Students In Search of a Liberating Education Based on a three year ethnographic study of a class on the sociology of Latino a society this book tells the story of how the students navigated academic life in a predominantly white university to c
Developed out of a 3 year classroom project of collaborative ethnography and exploratio, explores how Latinx students negotiate their ways through higher education Padilla s approach is grounded in models of critical pedagogy as developed by scholars including Freire, Giroux, and hooks, but strongly reflected through his experience as a Puerto Rican student and educator I ve taught this book a couple of times, and I and students have found it very stimulating and exciting to think with.