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Fighting for Respect in Urban High Schools

by Annette Hemmings - 2003

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 105 Number 3, 2003, p. 416-437
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 11543, Date Accessed: 7/26/2021 12:00:11 PM
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  • Annette Hemmings
    University of Cincinnati
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    ANNETTE HEMMINGS is an associate professor in the Educational Foundations Program at the University of Cincinnati. She is a qualitative researcher who has conducted extensive fieldwork in high schools on teachers’ work lives, the identity work of Black student achievers, classroom democratic dialogues, and student youth culture. Her recent publications include “Youth Culture of Hostility: Discourses of Money, Respect and Difference” in the International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education and “High School Democratic Dialogues: Possibilities for Praxis” in the American Educational Research Journal. She also has published articles in Anthropology & Education Quarterly, Youth and Society, and The High School Journal. Dr. Hemmings is currently completing a book on how graduating seniors in urban and suburban public high schools were coming of age in economic, kinship, religious, and political domains of American life.
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