Ruraling Education Research: Connections between Rurality and the Disciplines of Educational Research

Philip Roberts (Editor), Melyssa Fuqua (Editor)

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Abstract

This edited volume brings together a collection of essays from leading scholars in rural education with the purpose of linking knowledge from the rural education field to the wider discipline of education studies. Through addressing significant issues in the rural education field, the book gives insights from rural education that have general relevance for the wider disciplines of education, and provides up-to-date scholarship in research in rural contexts.
This book aims to be a definitive and comprehensive edition of contemporary rural education scholarship that works as a guide for those new to researching in and for rural contexts, as well as actively expand the other sub-fields of education from a rural perspective. It examines the connection between rurality and the other domains of educational research, exploring what a rural perspective might bring to the broader fields of educational research, and how it might evolve them. In its unique approach, this book brings the concept of ‘rural’ to the disciplines of education; chapters regarding the ethics of research in the rural context speaks to a gap in rural education, and provide tools for engaging marginalised communities more generally in educational research.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationSingapore
PublisherSpringer
Number of pages303
Edition1
ISBN (Electronic)9789811601316
ISBN (Print)9789811601309
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2021

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