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Feminist Fieldwork Analysis



April 2007 | 144 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Guiding the researcher in not only how to think in terms of the feminist perspective, but how to translate their research into feminist practice and analysis, Sherryl Kleinman offers ten angles for feminist analysis, or ten things to keep in mind, when doing fieldwork and developing an analysis.
 
What’s on the Agenda?
 
Talk is Action
 
Similarities Can be Deceiving
 
Sexism Can be Anywhere
 
The Personal is Political
 
Everything is More than One Thing
 
Bringing it Home

Very "wordy" and too difficult to follow

Mrs Heather Christine Turner
Health , Chester University
October 1, 2015

A very insightful and easy to grasp application of feminist methodology to research. The author deals with major issues in feminist research, such as power and authority, giving voice and reflexivity. A useful guide to any student that is going to engage in qualitative research

Ms Irena Loveikaite
Department of Applied Arts, Waterford Institute of Technology
May 22, 2015

Sherryl Kleinman

Area of Interest:Symbolic Interaction, Social Psychology, Qualitative Research, Sociology of Emotions, Race, Class and Gender More About Author

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