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Faint crease to spine, extremely little wear to spine head & foot, barely rubbed corners, else very good+ to near fine(-). Yellow octavo (white spine); xiii, 505 p; 24 cm. Contents: The method of natural history and educational research / Solon T. Kimball--Teaching and learning how to do the ethnography of education / George and Louise Spindler--On ethnographic intent / Harry F. Wolcott--Figure and section: ethnography and education in the mutlicultural state / Paul David Yates--Ethnographic educational value / David M. Fetterman--Language and schooling / Hugh Mehan--Schönhausen revisited and the rediscovery of culture / George and Louise Spindler--Cultural knowledge for teaching first grade: an example from France / Kathryn M. Anderson-Levitt--A case of mistaken identity: interethnic images in multicultural England / Paul David Yates--Chinese education in a village setting / Norman A. Chance--Variability in minority responses to schooling: nonimmigrants vs. immigrants / John U. Ogbu--Punjabi immigrants in an American high school / Margaret A. Gibson--The influence of the ethnic community on the adjustment of Vietnamese refugees / Christine Robinson Finnan--Traditions and transitions in the learning process of Mexican children: an ethnographic view / Concha Delgado-Gaitan--The hidden curriculum of Papago teachers: American Indian strategies for mitigating cultural discontinuity in early schooling / José Macias--A comparative analysis of American suburban middle class, middle school, and high school teenage cliques / Joyce Canaan--Small group culture and the emergence of sexist behavior: a comparative study of four children's groups / Ruth Gallagher Goodenough--Lower-track classes at a college-preparatory high school: a caricature of educational encounters / Reba Page--Computer literacy in practice: curricula, contradictions, and context by Susan Jungck. || Educational anthropology--United States.
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