Henderson, L. & Cook, J. (2007). Theorizing a multiple cultures instructional design model for e-learning and e-teaching. In A. Edmundson (Ed.) Globalized e-learning cultural challenges (pp. 130-153). Hershey, PA: Information Science Publishing.
Primarily a summary and repeat of 1996 article (OGoBiblios 46) with more thorough attention to the drawbacks and limitations of current attempts to address culture in instructional design. She explores standpoint epistemology as an alternative to stereotypes and tokenism, but she may not adequately distinguish how generalizing about worldview is different from generalizing about learning styles or preferences. Includes a critique of similar practices in academic dialogue and scholarship.