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About C. Amelia Davis

I am an Assistant Professor of Educational Research in the Department of Curriculum, Foundations, and Reading in the College of Education at Georgia Southern University. I earned my Ph.D. in Educational Psychology and Research with a concentration in Adult Education at the University of Tennessee in 2012.
My research interests focus on qualitative research in adult basic education, particularly research involving school push-out, youths transitioning as adult learners, instructional strategies for adult basic education, and ethical practice. I am also interested in assumptions and knowledge claims made regarding adult basic education student populations. I have an ardent interest in qualitative research methodology including critical ethnography, performance ethnography, narrative, and discourse analysis.
At Georgia Southern University I work with graduate students pursuing their Masters, Specialist, and Doctorate degrees in education. I currently teach four research courses including an Introduction to Educational Research course and both Introduction and Advanced Qualitative Methods courses.

Positions

2012 - Present Assistant Professor, Georgia Southern University Education, College of
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Present Assistant Professor, Georgia Southern University
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Curriculum Vitae




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Courses

  • EDUR 7130 Introduction to Educational Research
  • EDUR 8434 Field Based Educational Research
  • EDUR 9231 Introduction to Qualitative Research
  • EDUR 9232 Advanced Qualitative Research


Contact Information

Office: 2137 College of Education
Mailing Address:
PO Box 8144
Statesboro, GA 30460
Tel: (912) 478-0201

Email:


Qualitative Inquiry (6)

Quantitative Research (2)

Teaching Practice (1)

Position Papers (1)

Book Reviews (1)