FROM THE LENS OF (IN)VISIBILITY: A PHOTOVOICE INQUIRY INTO HOW COMMUNITY COLLEGES CAN ADVANCE FILIPINO/A/X AMERICAN STUDENT RESILIENCE
Date of Award
Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership
Educational Leadership and Curriculum
First Reader/Committee Chair
The dearth of research on Filipino/a/x American (FilAm) community college students perpetuates the narrative that they are regarded as “invisible,” receiving limited academic and social support. The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent violence and discrimination against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) has exacerbated the already distressing academic and racialized experiences of FilAm students.
In this qualitative study, nine FilAm students who attended a community college in the Western United States participated in an online photovoice project which visualized their personal reflections and specific academic needs through digital photos and written narratives. Findings from this study indicated that there were hidden factors besides a racialized campus climate which notably affected their community college experiences.
Zarate, Rangel Velez, "FROM THE LENS OF (IN)VISIBILITY: A PHOTOVOICE INQUIRY INTO HOW COMMUNITY COLLEGES CAN ADVANCE FILIPINO/A/X AMERICAN STUDENT RESILIENCE" (2023). Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations. 1746.
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