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Evocative and provocative, this book presents the points of view of (often junior) scholars in the social sciences whoused non-standard methods or writing practices to challenge the "research-as-usual" paradigm in the academy. The authors discuss their lived personal experiences, as well as their struggles and eventual successes.

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Qualitative Research

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Overview

Evocative and provocative, this book presents the points of view of (often junior) scholars in the social sciences whoused non-standard methods or writing practices to challenge the "research-as-usual" paradigm in the academy. The authors discuss their lived personal experiences, as well as their struggles and eventual successes.

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Sandra Kouritzin is Associate Professor of Teaching English as a Second Language in the Faculty of Education at the University of Manitoba and is a Senior Fellow at St. John’s College.

Nathalie Piquemal is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of Manitoba.

Renee Norman is a professor in the Teacher Education Program at the University of the Fraser Valley.

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Table of Contents

Foreword: Forward Researching Carl Leggo ix

Preface xv

Acknowledgments xix

1 Introduction: Pivotal Moments Sandra G. Kouritzin Nathalie A. C. Piquemal Renee Norman 1

Part I The Doctoral Journey: Reflections on Disruptions and Interruptions

2 Finding the Stories, Telling the Story: Narrative in the Academy Marion Crook 13

3 Collaborative Inquiry as Illuminated Manuscript Michelle Forrest Miriam Cooley Linda Wheeldon 27

4 Entangled Lives: Inquiring into the Negotiation of Relational Stories to Live By in Doctoral Studies and Research Janice Huber Karen Keats Whelan 45

5 The Chaucerian Dissertation Model That "Got Away" Sandra G. Kouritzin 67

6 Transcendence: The Journey from Hard Data into Artistic Depiction-Theatre as Representation Matthew J. Meyer 83

7 Afternoon Tea at Su's: Participant Voice and Community in Critical Feminist Ethnography Suhanthie Motha 103

8 Altered Landscapes: Not the End of the Journey Renee Norman 121

9 Whose Story Is It Anyway? Nathalie A. C. Piquemal Norman Allen 135

10 Drinking U.S. Water: Flowing Narratives of a Traveling Korean Woman Researcher in U.S. Higher Education Jeong-Eun Rhee 151

11 Integrated Inquiry: Transforming Multiple Research Perspectives Bernard W. Andews 169

Part II After the Journey: Reflections on the Afterlife of Research

12 Re-membering Michael: Emotionality, Vulnerability, and the Research Process Karyn Cooper 183

13 Questioning as a Pedagogical Tool in Teaching and Research Karyn Cooper Susan London McNab 199

14 Who's Afraid of Virginia's Daughters? Writing, Research, and Relations Erika Hasebe-Ludt 217

15 Teaching and Learning Qualitative Research:Educational Space as a Fluid Lyubov Laroche Wolff-Michael Roth 229

16 Narrative Inquiry and the Discovery of Self within the Academy Yolanda M. Wattsjohnson 247

17 Getting Away With "It" Wanda Hurren 263

18 Conclusion: Valediction, Requiem, and Invocation for Research(ers) Sandra G. Kouritzin Nathalie A. C. Piquemal Renee Norman 267

Index 269

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