Final Update: Representation of the Intersection of Race and Gender in Young Adult and Children’s Fiction

These past few weeks I spent drafting and editing my final write-up of my research. Seeing all the pieces come together after all these weeks of research is a wonderful experience, and has allowed me to view my project with a fresh, new perspective. Just as a refresher, my project sought to answer two questions: […]

Representation of Race and Gender in YA and Children’s Lit: Update 3

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These past two weeks I finished analyzing my data and have started writing my final paper. Last Wednesday, I skyped with the ¬†wonderful Professor Anne Charity Hudley and we had a very productive conversation about data analysis. On Professor Charity Hudley’s advice I also read David E. Gray’s Doing Research in the Real World, which […]

Representation of Race and Gender: Update 2

Last week I said goodbye to Williamsburg and finished coding the last books in my sample. To briefly recap, I have been researching representation of the intersection of race and gender in children’s and young adult fiction by reading and coding a sample of twenty books. These past few weeks have been incredibly illuminating. The […]