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Feminist fieldwork analysis [electronic resource] / Sherryl Kleinman.

By: Kleinman, Sherryl.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Qualitative research methods: v. 51.Publisher: Los Angeles : Sage Publications, c2007Description: 1 online resource (viii, 132 p.).ISBN: 9781441628220 (electronic bk.); 1441628223 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Social sciences -- Fieldwork | Sociology -- Fieldwork | Feminist theory | Sexism | Equality | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Research | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Methodology | Feminismus | Sozialwissenschaften | FeldforschungGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Feminist fieldwork analysis.DDC classification: 300.72 Other classification: CM 3600 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
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.
Review: "This book teaches researchers how to think in terms of the feminist perspective and how to translate their research into feminist practice and analysis. This "tricks of the trade" guide gives researchers the principles for doing qualitative work, examples of solid feminist studies, and analytic questions to help identify feminist issues while in the field or at the desk. This is an excellent supplementary text for advanced undergraduate and graduate courses in qualitative methods, such as Feminist Research Methods, Qualitative Research Methods, Social Research Methods, and Fieldwork in a variety of disciplines, including sociology, women's studies, anthropology, American studies, communication studies, cultural studies, and ethnic studies."--Jacket.
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Includes bibliographical references "(p. 117-125) and index.

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.

"This book teaches researchers how to think in terms of the feminist perspective and how to translate their research into feminist practice and analysis. This "tricks of the trade" guide gives researchers the principles for doing qualitative work, examples of solid feminist studies, and analytic questions to help identify feminist issues while in the field or at the desk. This is an excellent supplementary text for advanced undergraduate and graduate courses in qualitative methods, such as Feminist Research Methods, Qualitative Research Methods, Social Research Methods, and Fieldwork in a variety of disciplines, including sociology, women's studies, anthropology, American studies, communication studies, cultural studies, and ethnic studies."--Jacket.

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