Feminist Dilemmas in Fieldwork
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Description: "Fieldwork poses particular dilemmas for feminists because of the power relations inherent in the process of gathering data and implicit in the process of representation. Inevitably, there is inequalit"
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Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: Westview Press
Publication date: 2/16/1996
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
|Situating Feminist Dilemmas in Fieldwork|
|Understanding the Gender System in Rural Turkey: Fieldwork Dilemmas of Conformity and Intervention|
|Skinfolk, Not Kinfolk: Comparative Reflections on the Identity of Participant-Observation in Two Field Situations|
|Writing Ethnography: Feminist Critical Practice|
|Relationality and Ethnographic Subjectivity: Key Informants and the Construction of Personhood in Fieldwork|
|Between Bosses and Workers: The Dilemma of a Keen Observer and a Vocal Feminist|
|Feminist Insider Dilemmas: Constructing Ethnic Identity with Chicana Informants|
|Reflections on Oral History: Research in a Japanese American Community|
|The Expeditions of Conjurers: Ethnography, Power, and Pretense|
|Situating Locations: The Politics of Self, Identity, and "Other" in Living and Writing the Text|
|Afterword: Musings from an Old Gray Wolf|
|About the Book|
|About the Contributors|