Reay, Diane and Mirza, Heidi
Doing parental involvement Differently: Gendered, Black and Minority Ethnic Strategies.
Activating Participation: parents and teachers working towards partnership.
Trentham Books, Stoke-on-Trent, pp. 137-154.
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||a) sociology of race, gender class and education b) black feminist and critical sociological analyis of race class and gender using indepth interviews and narrative analysis c) The original evidence which shows a race and gendered educational social movement has been widely cited and the basis of critial understanding of black supplementary schools which is an underresearched area. d) This research evidence has informed policy and practice in relation to funding black supplementary schools and out of school provision for Black and minority ethnic young people. Basis on which David Blunkett ( then secretary of state) appointed heidi Mirza to the schools standards task force of the newly formed labour government. may keynotes given- conference papers given in sweden; BERA and Gender and education . e) reflexive indepth interviews - cross section of respondants form a range of communities- sensitive ethical feminist methodology f) Routledge falmer referees - also journal article using data was published in Sociology and BJSE g) joint authors 50% each
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