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On Defense: African American Males Making Sense of Racialized Narratives in Mathematics Education

February 1, 2011

This paper examines how African American male students understand, interpret, and think about the effects of racialized narratives in relation to mathematics learning. Drawing on interviews, the authors argue that racialized narratives exist in relation to one another and are fundamental to the way that young people build their identities, including identities as math learners.

Boys and Men of Color; Education

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