Adrienne C. Goss
Ph.D. – Georgia State University
Parent and community organizing
Goss, A. C. (2017). Power to engage, power to resist: A structuration analysis of barriers to parental involvement. Education and Urban Society, 51(5), 595-612.
Goss, A. (2017). A simple, revolutionary idea. Currere Exchange Journal, 1(2), 58-65.
Goss, A. C. (2015). Toward a village consciousness: Organizing in the African American cultural tradition. Journal of Black Studies, 46(8), 797-816.
King, J. E., Goss, A. C., and McArthur, S. (2014). Recovering history and the “Parent Piece” for cultural well-being and belonging. In J. E. King & E. Swartz (Eds.), Re-Membering History in Student and Teacher Learning: An Afrocentric Culturally-Informed-Praxis. New York: Routledge.
Goss, A. C. (2013). Five vignettes: Stories of teacher advocacy and parental involvement. The Qualitative Report, 18, 1-18.