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Research as resistance : revisiting critical, indigenous, and anti-oppressive approaches / edited by Susan Strega and Leslie Brown.

Brown, Leslie Allison, 1954- (författare, redaktör/utgivare)
Strega, Susan (författare, redaktör/utgivare)
ISBN 9781551308821
Second edition
Publicerad: Toronto : Canadian Scholars' Press : 2015
Engelska 269 pages
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  • Introduction: From resistance to resurgence / Susan Strega and Leslie Brown -- Becoming an anti-oppressive researcher / Karen L. Potts and Leslie Brown -- Emerging from the margins : indigenous methodologies / Margaret Kovach -- Situating anti-oppressive theories within critical and difference-centred perspectives / Mehmoona Moosa-Mitha -- Our community action research project : a blueprint for resistance / Jenny Holder -- View from the poststructural margins : epistemology and methodology reconsidered / Susan Strega -- Narrative research and resistance : a cautionary tale / Heather Fraser and Michele Jarldorn -- Honouring the oral traditions of the Ta't Mustimuxw (ancestors) through storytelling / Qwul'sih'yah'maht (Robina Anne Thomas) -- AIDS, men, and sex : challenges of a genderqueer methodology / Elizabeth (Eli) Manning -- "On the footsteps of Foucault" : doing Foucauldian discourse analysis in social justice research / Teresa Macias -- Researching the resurgence : insurgent research and community-engaged methodologies in 21st-century academic inquiry / Adam Gaudry.
  • "Research as Resistance brings together the theory and practice of anti-oppressive approaches to social science research. Emphasizing meaningful involvement of research subjects in the research processes and critical reflexivity, this book describes both theoretical foundations and practical applications of socially just research. The book covers some of the ontological and epistemological considerations involved in such research, including researcher positionality, and offers examples across a range of methodologies, including storytelling and Indigenous research. This is a unique text in that it is firmly anchored in the Canadian context, and the featured researchers occupy marginalized locations."-- 

Ämnesord

Forskningsmetodik  (sao)
Sociologisk metod  (sao)
Research  -- Methodology. (LCSH)
Oppression (Psychology)  -- Research. (LCSH)
Native peoples  -- Research -- Canada -- Methodology. (CSH)
Förtryck (psykologi)  -- forskning (sao)
Sociology - Research - Methodology ; Sociology - Methodology  (LCSH)
Canada.  (MeSH)
Kanada 

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E78.C2 (LCC)
H62 (LAC)
305.897071072 (DDC)
cci1icc (lacc)
coll13 (lacc)
Mqat (kssb/8 (machine generated))
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