2 edition of Feminist Research Methods found in the catalog.
Feminist Research Methods
April 2003 by Sage Publications Ltd .
Written in English
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The topic of feminist research has frequently been neglected in standard research methods books. The purpose of this Primer is to invite students to explore. Feminist research shares some common angles. of vision that are “connected in principle to femi-nist struggle” (Joey Sprague & Mark Zimmerman,p.
), often with the intent to change the basic structures of oppression. But there is no single feminist epistemology or methodology.
Instead, multiple feminist lenses wake us up toFile Size: KB. The study of feminist research methods is a developing, inspiring, and revolutionary academic sub discipline.
More and more feminist researchers have slowly gained interest in the relationship between gender and research practices. The primary purpose of this part of the web based project is to discuss the different feminist research methods.
Feminists use a multiplicity of research methods. Feminist research involves an ongoing criticism of nonfeminist scholar-ship. Feminist research is guided by feminist theory. Feminist research may be transdisciplinary.
Feminist research aims to create social change. Feminist research strives to represent human diversity. The major portion of the book comprises readings that present feminist commentary on methods and serve as exemplars of particular methods, such as oral history and feminist synthesism.
(source: Nielsen Book Data) Over the last decade feminist research methods have affected the nature of research in all the social and natural sciences.
Explore the research methods terrain, read definitions of key terminology, and discover content relevant to your research methods journey. Reading Lists Find lists of key research methods and statistics resources created by users.
In her book The Curious Feminist: Searching for Women in a New Age of Empire, Cynthia Enloe deploys some of these creative methods in both the research and writing processes. The series of essays features, among other things, reflections drawn from gazing at old photographs (channeling Christine Sylvester’s method of art-gazing ()).Author: Jennifer Heeg Maruska.
About the book: The fully revised and updated edition of Feminist Research Practice: A Primer draws on the expertise of a stellar group of interdisciplinary scholars who cover cutting-edge research methods and explore research questions related to the complex and diverse issues that deeply impact women’s lives.
This text offers a unique hands. The feminist method is a means of conducting of scientific investigations and generating theory from an explicitly feminist standpoint. Feminist methodologies are varied, but tend to have a few common aims or characteristics, including seeking to overcome biases in research, bringing about social change, displaying human diversity, and acknowledging the position of the researcher.
Not all feminists have argued against the use of quantitative methods within feminist research, for example Toby JAYARATNE () warns feminists against a total rejection of quantitative methods, and O'LEARY () argues that to link feminist research with qualitative methods simply reinforces traditional dichotomies that may not be in the.
Feminist evaluation and research: theory and practice. Guilford Publications. Chapter 2: pages In three sections this book focuses on Feminist Theory, feminist evaluation in practice and feminist research in practice.
The chapters are written by different authors who focus on areas such as application of feminist theory, measuring gender. What makes feminist research uniquely feminist are the kinds of questions, methodologies, knowledge, and purpose brought to the research process.
In their recent book on feminist methodologies, Michèle Ollivier and Manon Tremblay () identify three defining principles of feminist research. "This book is a delight to read would be a useful addition to undergraduate and graduate methods courses in social research."--NWSA Journal full of examples of the research "Excellent survey of feminist methods."--Lucila Vargas, Bowling Green State University "Makes a useful addition to the text literature in research methods.
The book is 5/5(3). The question of difference is one with the question of identity. It is becoming the critical question for feminist theorizing in all the disciplines including social science research methods as feminists begin to question and challenge the implicit male perspective of the dominant paradigms, methodological strictures, and theoretical assumptions of the various disciplines.
Chapter 1. Feminist Theory and Survey Research——5 Feminist research requires a different approach to scholarship, but what does that approach entail.
The answer depends on whom one asks. For example, feminist philosopher Sandra Harding (, p. 1) begins her clas-sic book, Feminism and Methodology, by explicitly rejecting the idea thatFile Size: 80KB.
This book focuses on feminist research methodology, exploring and analysing its constituting methods, theory, ontology, epistemology, ethics and politics, and research issues relating to women, gender and feminism in Sri Lanka.
The book examines ways of meaning-making for the political, ideological and ethical purposes of promoting individual. Feminist inquiry has affected the nature of research in all the social and natural sciences over the past decade, but most contemporary writing on feminist methods simply offers a critique of traditional methods.
This book, one of the first to offer a practical guide to conducting research informed by feminist methods, is based on the premise that abstract discussion of methodological issues. The topic feminist research has too often been neglected in standard research methods books. The Handbook of Feminist Research represents the establishment of a new tradition or paradigm in viewing how the research process is implemented.
Feminist researchers bring unique epistemological and methodological perspectives to the research : Maureen Diana Sasso. Through nineteen contributions from leading international feminist scholars, this book provides new insights into activating transdisciplinary feminist theories, methods and practices in original, creative and exciting ways – ways that make a difference both to what research is.
recognize the value commitments that inform a variety of research methods and those value commitments that are maintained at all stages of research. Historically, feminist research focused on subjective experiences, women’s knowledge and the feminine.
We expanded our focus toward investigating gender as a category of analysis in all research. Get this from a library. Feminist methods in social research. [Shulamit Reinharz; Lynn Davidman] -- Examining the wide range of feminist research methods, Shulamit Reinharz explains the relationship between feminism and methodology, and challenges existing stereotypes.
Concluding that there is no. methods that necessarily makes research 'feminist,' but rather that the research comes from an approach that is considerate of the multifaceted nature of gender (see first Gender & Development Vol.
15, No. 2, July ISSN print/ online/07/. Oxfam GB DOI: /1 This Handbook presents both a theoretical and practical approach to conducting social science research on, for, and about women.
It develops an understanding of feminist research by introducing a range of feminist epistemologies, methodologies, and emergent methods that have had a significant impact on feminist research practice and women's studies scholarship.5/5(1).
Examining the wide range of feminist research methods, Shulamit Reinharz explains the relationship between feminism and methodology, and challenges existing ding that there is no one correct feminist method, but rather a variety of perspectives, Reinharz argues that this diversity of methods has been of great value to feminist scholarship.5/5(2).
Feminist Research Methods An Annotated Bibliography. by Connie Miller. What makes a research project feminist. Miller's annotated bibliography brings together titles that address some aspect of this question and of feminist research--journal articles, books, book chapters, conference papers, and.
We wrote this book because we are both committed to the promise and practice of contemporary, inclusive feminist research. We also believe that it’s difficult to find a comprehensive overview and guide to feminist research.
Many books focus either on theory or. This course explores feminist epistemologies and research methods. We will focus on how feminist scholars challenge dominant theories of knowledge and the major methodologies employed in the social sciences and humanities.
Through a combination of lectures and workshops, we will ask how gender theory and feminist politics shape the kinds of File Size: KB. Feminist Review is a peer reviewed, interdisciplinary journal contributing to new agendas for feminism.
The journal invites critical reflection on the relationship between materiality and representation, theory and practice, subjectivity and communities, contemporary and historical formations.
The book is a first in bringing together a specific focus on feminist qualitative research methodology with the study of female faith lives. It will therefore be of great interest to students, academics and practitioners with interests in faith and gender in theology, religious studies and sociology.
Feminist inquiry has affected the nature of research in ail the social and natural sciences over the past decade, but much contemporary writing on feminist methods simply offers a critique of traditional methods.
This book, one of the first to offer a practical guide to conducting research informed by feminist methods, is based on the premise. fm-research methods: suggests there is a feminist's alternative to interviewing which she bases on her own research.
she conducted interviews, with most being interviewed twice before childbirth and twice after. she was even present at some of the births. Key Concepts in Feminist Theory and Research - Ebook written by Christina Hughes.
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Feminist evaluation and research: theory and practice. Guilford Publications. Chapter 2: pages In three sections this book focuses on Feminist Theory, feminist evaluation in practice and feminist research in practice. The chapters are written by different authors who focus on areas such as application of feminist theory, measuring gender.
"The second edition of Feminist Research Practice brings a stellar group of new and returning scholars with newly revised chapters from the first edition as well as completely new chapters that cover some cutting-edge research methods."--Preface.