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Research and Inequality / Edition 1

Research and Inequality / Edition 1

by Beth Humphries, Carole Truman


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ISBN-13: 9781857289626
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 11/01/1999
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 276
Product dimensions: 6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.58(d)

About the Author

Carole Truman is lecturer in Applied Social Science at Lancaster University. Donna M. Mertens is Professor of Educational Foundations and Research at Gallaudet University. Beth Humphries is Principal Lecturer at the Department of Applied Community Studies at Manchester Metropolitan University.

Table of Contents

Part 1: The Research: Participant Relationships 1. Arguments for an 'Emancipatory' Research Paradigm 2. New Social Movements and Social Research 3. Hearing Voices..? Research Issues when Telling Respondents's Stories of Childhood Sexual Abuse from a Feminist Perspective 4. Cultural and Sexual Identities in In-Depth Interviewing Part 2: The Research Process and Social Action 5. South Asian Women in East London: Gender, Race and Power in the Research Process 6. Group Enquiry: A Democratic Dialogue? 7. Participatory Research: Whose Roles, whose Responsibilities? 8. Deaf and Hard of Hearing People in Court: Using an Emancipatory Perspective to Determine their Needs 9. Ethnography in the Form of Theatre with Emancipatory Intentions 10. Disabled Women in El Salvador Reframing Themselves: A Case Study of an Economic Development Programme for Women Part 3: Promises and Principles of Emancipatory Research 11. From Critical Thought to Emancipatory Action: Contradictory Research Goals? 12. Critical Education for Participatory Research 13. An Integrative Human Rights Approach to Social Research 14. Colonial Methodology? Methodological Challenges to Cross-Cultural Projects Collecting Data by Structured Interviews 15. Defining Without Discriminating? Ethnicity and Social Problems: The Case of Street Youth in Canada

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