Trapped in Our Own Labels: How Simplistic Conceptions of Identity Obstruct Our Understanding of Students

Timothy London

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationHyphenated Selves: Construction, Negotiation and Mediation of Immigrant Identity within Schools – Transnational Dialogues
    EditorsSaloshna Vandeyar
    PublisherRozenberg Publishing
    Pages20-32
    Number of pages13
    Publication statusPublished - 2011

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    London, T. (2011). Trapped in Our Own Labels: How Simplistic Conceptions of Identity Obstruct Our Understanding of Students. In S. Vandeyar (Ed.), Hyphenated Selves: Construction, Negotiation and Mediation of Immigrant Identity within Schools – Transnational Dialogues (pp. 20-32). Rozenberg Publishing.
    London, Timothy. / Trapped in Our Own Labels: How Simplistic Conceptions of Identity Obstruct Our Understanding of Students. Hyphenated Selves: Construction, Negotiation and Mediation of Immigrant Identity within Schools – Transnational Dialogues. editor / Saloshna Vandeyar. Rozenberg Publishing, 2011. pp. 20-32
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    Trapped in Our Own Labels: How Simplistic Conceptions of Identity Obstruct Our Understanding of Students. / London, Timothy.

    Hyphenated Selves: Construction, Negotiation and Mediation of Immigrant Identity within Schools – Transnational Dialogues. ed. / Saloshna Vandeyar. Rozenberg Publishing, 2011. p. 20-32.

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    London T. Trapped in Our Own Labels: How Simplistic Conceptions of Identity Obstruct Our Understanding of Students. In Vandeyar S, editor, Hyphenated Selves: Construction, Negotiation and Mediation of Immigrant Identity within Schools – Transnational Dialogues. Rozenberg Publishing. 2011. p. 20-32