InterActions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies
InterActions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies is a peer-reviewed journal committed to the promotion of scholarship that examines education and information studies through interdisciplinary and critical perspectives. The journal seeks to link diverse theoretical and practical projects, as well as to provide a space for the voices of emerging scholars, activists, and practitioners. Furthermore, as practitioners, researchers, and institutions in education and information studies continue to face challenging times, we seek to promote alternative and liberatory visions, methodologies and practices. Of particular interest is work that analyzes inequities and links research to larger social and political contexts. Submissions may draw upon traditional areas of inquiry in these fields (e.g., policy, sociology, information-seeking and retrieval, pedagogy, history, psychological development, etc.) or provide insight from diverse disciplines (e.g., ethnic studies, literary criticism, political science, film, women's studies, technology studies, etc.). Submissions that utilize critical frameworks in provocative and politically engaged ways are encouraged; these frameworks may include, but are not restricted to, feminism, critical race theory, Marxism, postcolonialism, critical pedagogy, queer studies, disability studies, cultural studies, poststructuralism, etc. Regardless of the theoretical approach taken, submissions should advance current analyses and research in progressive directions.
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