The concept is to describe how language has served as a mechanism for my survival as well as my criticism of how we communicate, either through coded language and behaviors or through its deconstruction. The content (words) throughout are parts of the dissertation in whole or in part. It was utilized during the defense.
Joie N. Lê is an educator, writer, and mother of three. She has a Ph.D. in Curriculum & Instruction with an emphasis in Culturally Responsive Pedagogy and Education Technology. She is a guest speaker on qualitative research methods, diversity in the classroom, and topics related to Vietnam's orphans of war. She geeks out on poststructural philosophy, ontology, epistemology, existentialism, and historical fiction.