Thursday, 18 March, 2021
Catherine Compton-Lilly, Ed.D. will give a talk on Meaning-Making over Time: Methodologies and Possibilities, at noon on Thursday, March 18, online.
About the Talk
Drawing on a set of longitudinal, ethnographic, case studies with children in immigrant families, Catherine Compton-Lilly delves into the nuances and affordances of case study versus ethnography. She then considers what is added when research is truly longitudinal. Referencing research findings gleaned from an ongoing study that has extended beyond a decade, she explores an important set of longitudinal findings. Specifically, Compton-Lilly documents the emergence of transnational awareness and critical cosmopolitanism for children and youth who have rich connections to people and texts in other parts of the world.
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