Waikato Journal of Education
Special Issue: Disrupting hegemonies using picturebooks

Special Issue: Disrupting hegemonies using picturebooks

Nicola Daly, Janette Kelly-Ware
1–4
Striving for social justice: The power that picturebooks have to counter inequitable cultural hegemony
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Hilary Smith, Dr, Leanne Pryor, Ms
5-20
Addressing the hegemony of English through picture books in Gamilaraay
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Florence Boulard
21-34
Picturebooks in New Caledonia: Challenging cultural hegemony for “Une Ecole Calédonienne”
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Emma Chen, Yina Liu
35-50
Negotiating Identities through Canadian Multicultural and Indigenous Picturebooks: A Collective Autobiographical Narrative Inquiry
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Patricia Ai Lay Ong
51-65
Critical multiculturalism and countering cultural hegemony with children's literature
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Cynthia K Ryman
67-78
A picturebook reveals the nature of bias
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Vivien Jean van Rij
79-92
Minions, masters, and migration: Challenging power structures in Gavin Bishop's Cook's cook: The cook who cooked for Captain Cook
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Carol Mutch, Noah Romero
93-105
A toy bear in lockdown, child-parent attachment and hegemonic peer-orientation
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Ying Zou, Xudong Tan
107-118
The construction and disruption of hegemonic power in picturebooks: An analysis of “bestbehaviour" Picturebooks in China
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Pamela Malins, Pam Whitty
119-132
Families’ comfort with LGBTQ2s+ picturebooks: Embracing children’s critical knowledges
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Kathryn Morgan, Nicola Surtees
133-146
“I can be a girl if I want to”: Supporting or silencing children’s working theories during counter-heteronormative picturebook sessions in early childhood education.
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