2015 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Social Sciences
Claudia Mitchell mainly focuses on Pedagogy, Gender studies, Action, Context and Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Her study in the fields of Teacher identity under the domain of Pedagogy overlaps with other disciplines such as Work and Reflection. Her work carried out in the field of Gender studies brings together such families of science as Poverty and Criminology.
Her work in Poverty covers topics such as Visual culture which are related to areas like Participatory video and Educational research. The Action study combines topics in areas such as Economic growth, Popular culture and Gaze. Claudia Mitchell has researched Multimedia in several fields, including Social change and Visual arts.
Her main research concerns Gender studies, Pedagogy, Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Context and Citizen journalism. The concepts of her Gender studies study are interwoven with issues in Girl, Sexual violence and Resistance. Her Pedagogy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mathematics education, Social change, Higher education and Action.
In her papers, Claudia Mitchell integrates diverse fields, such as Context and Participatory action research. The study incorporates disciplines such as Intervention, Photovoice and Public relations in addition to Citizen journalism. Public relations and Social science are commonly linked in her work.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Gender studies, Citizen journalism, Public relations, Social change and Sexual violence. Her work deals with themes such as Girl, Youth leaders and Agency, which intersect with Gender studies. Her Citizen journalism study incorporates themes from Pedagogy, Photovoice and Action.
Her multidisciplinary approach integrates Pedagogy and Social justice in her work. Her research in Social change intersects with topics in Social media, Biography, Youth activism and Media studies. Her Participatory video research incorporates themes from Visual research and Visual culture.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Gender studies, Public relations, Social change, Youth studies and Citizen journalism. Claudia Mitchell has included themes like Educational technology, Poetry and Agency in her Gender studies study. Her Public relations research integrates issues from Girl and Photovoice.
Her Social change study deals with Social media intersecting with Youth voice and Media studies. Her Youth studies research also works with subjects such as
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That's Funny You Don't Look Like A Teacher!: Interrogating Images, Identity, And Popular Culture
Sandra J Weber;Claudia Mitchell.
Doing visual research
Claudia A. Mitchell.
Researching Children's Popular Culture: The Cultural Spaces of Childhood
Claudia Mitchell;Jacqueline Reid-Walsh.
Reinventing Ourselves as Teachers: Beyond Nostalgia
Claudia Mitchell;Sandra Weber.
Drawing ourselves into teaching: Studying the images that shape and distort teacher education
Sandra Weber;Claudia Mitchell.
Teaching and Teacher Education (1996)
Drawings as Research Method
Claudia Mitchell;Linda Theron;Jean Stuart;Ann Smith.
Troubling contexts: toward a generative theory of rurality as education research
Robert J Balfour;Claudia Mitchell;Relebohile Moletsane.
Journal of Rural and Community Development (2009)
Giving a face to HIV and AIDS: on the uses of photo-voice by teachers and community health care workers working with youth in rural South Africa
Claudia Mitchell;Naydene DeLange;Relebohile Moletsane;Jean Stuart.
Qualitative Research in Psychology (2005)
Self‐study in teaching and teacher development: a call to action
Kathleen Pithouse;Claudia Mitchell;Sandra Weber.
Educational Action Research (2009)
Getting the picture and changing the picture: visual methodologies and educational research in South Africa
Claudia Mitchell;Claudia Mitchell.
South African Journal of Education (2008)
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