What most students write is a socioculturally
situated autobiographical narrative of their interactions.
With this understanding of children's working theories, the research explored how I, as practitioner-researcher, developed a socioculturally
informed pedagogy for supporting these children.
This allows Pakistan to extrapolate global DAWN2 data to its own diabetes care environment, while focussing on national data from socioculturally
similar countries like India, Algeria and Turkey.
oriented researchers do not reject experimental and quasiexperimental methods per se, but they are far more likely to conclude that the most important research questions to ask are those for which qualitative methods are most appropriate.
Croix and Christmas Islands as an antithesis of socioculturally
sustainable tourism, the Shetland Islands and sustainable tourism in high-latitude islands, the case of Okinawa, and a holistic approach to sustainable tourism transportation in Hawaii.
Since the researcher's view is socioculturally
situated, participants in a study are "seldom able to give full explanations of their actions or intentions" (Denzin & Lincoln, 2003, p.
The perils of sexual objectification: Sexual orientation, gender, and socioculturally
acquired vulnerability to body dissatisfaction and eating disorders.
culture, young children are not only oriented by their own multiple cultures (racial, ethnic, age, gender, and family, to name several), but also by living and learning within a socioculturally
conditioned world filled with many different conditions of cultural difference.
, these changes were closely related to changes in housewives' everyday lives, such as increased household income and leisure time and rising numbers of nuclear and dual-income families (Choo, 1997).
81) attempt to reconnect the social and cognitive; they envision literacy learning occurring within the context of socioculturally
constructed literacy practices.
Vygotsky (1978) emphasizes the significance of social relations in human development and points out that language-learning is socioculturally
constructed in the learner's community.
The learning potential of assessment device: A new method for assessing modifiability of the cognitive functioning of socioculturally