Calling for qualitative research that is complex, situational, theoretically situated, and yet productive, Reconceptualizing Qualitative Research discusses the multiplicities and uncertainty embedded in different methodological configurations and entanglements that blur the boundaries between doing research, theorizing, thinking, and reflecting. Writing in a clear, conversational style, author Mirka Koro-Ljungberg urges readers to think about qualitative research differently, often in creative ways, and to continuously question existing grand narratives and dogmas.

Productive Paradoxes in Participant-Driven Research: Communities and Audiences Matter

Productive Paradoxes in Participant-Driven Research: Communities and Audiences Matter

Kristi Cheyney Chandra Bowden

Whom do we conduct research for? What would happen if social science researchers were to reconceptualize the reasons and ways in which they engage in research? What if there were an expectation and a norm for carrying out only the kind of social science research that is collaborative and participant driven? We are obviously drawn into participant-driven research, but we also acknowledge many challenges and dilemmas associated with it. What if research were always (through some kind of relationality and extensions) to be linked to practice, not only as a form of practice that scholars claim to know or address but practice as experienced or ...

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