Research Question: How do Black women domestic workers make meaning of success in college? Paradigm: Constructivism Methodology: Narrative Inquiry Methods: Interviews, focus group, Degree: Higher Education and Student Affairs Leadership Ph.D. Population: Black women, Domestic workers are home care workers, nurses, Nannies, childcare Undergraduate Education: Associates degrees to Bachelors degrees. Within Community Colleges or University Purpose: explore the meaning making process of Black women domestic workers & how they come to understand & define success in college Literature Review: Historical context of Black women & domestic work from enslavement to the civil rights movement. Research from a higher education lensLooking to uplift education from its informal origins during enslavement to Black womens entrance to higher education. Identity development of Black women college students Current issues facing Black women domestic workers in college
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