I’m interested in looking at research methodologies, particularly quantitative methodologies through non-white, non-european, non-dominant cultural, non-patriarchial lenses, so I’m in the process of collecting books that cover the topic. Here’s a list of what I’ve got so far.
Note: Many of these books I have not had a chance to read yet, and right now I am focusing on chapters that address quantitative methodologies. I’m doing this because a) I love stats and b) quant methods are an area that have less coverage within the emancipatory, decolonization, critical frameworks. I have * books that I have read entirely or have read parts of.
- *White Logic, White Methods: Racism and Methodology Edited by Tukufu Zuberi & Eduardo Bonilla-Silva (2008)
- *Indigenous Statistics: A quantitative research methodology by Maggie Walter & Chris Andersen (2013)
- Transformative Research and Evaluation by Donna Mertens (2008)
- *The Handbook of Ethical Research with Ethnocultural Populations and Communities Edited by Joseph E. Trimble & Celia B. Fisher (2005) (This book was a textbook for a course I took during my PhD program, I highly recommend it).
- New Scholarship in Critical Quantitative Research, Part 1: Studying Institutions and People in Context: New Directions for Institutional Research, Number 158 Edited by Frances K. Stage & Ryan S. Wells (2014)
- New Scholarship in Critical Quantitative Research, Part 2: New Populations, Approaches, and Challenges: New Directions for Institutional Research, Number 163 Edited by Ryan S. Wells & Frances K. Stage (2015)
- Past, Present, and Future of Critical Quantitative Research in Higher Education by Ryan S. Wells & Frances K. Stage (2015).
- Research and evaluation in education & psychology: Integrating diversity with quantitative, qualitative, & mixed methods by Donna Mertens (2015)
- *Handbook of racial & ethnic minority psychology Edited by Guillermo Bernal, Joseph E. Trimble, A. Kathleen Burlew, Fredrick T.L. Leong (2002) (Note: there is a methodology section)
- Research as Resistance: Revisiting Critical, Indigenous, and Anti-Oppressive Approaches Edited by Leslie Brown & Susan Strega (2005)
- Rethinking Society in the 21st Century: Critical Readings in Sociology Edited by Kate Bezanson & Michelle Webber (2016)
- Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples by Linda Tuhiwai Smith (2012) (Note: This is a qualitative methods book, but was mentioned to me by MANY people I deeply respect. She also gave the Wallace Foundation Distinguished Lecture at AERA 2018, I listed it because I should read it and it will influence my thinking on quant methods).
- Youth Resistance Research and Theories of Change by Eve Tuck & K. Wayne Yang (2014)
Special thanks to Kim McAloney for inspiring me to take a much deeper look into this than I was, and for sending titles of books I need to own.
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