Centering Diverse Bodyminds in Critical Qualitative Inquiry
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This book advances qualitative methods and methodological discussions from the ways in which “disabled people” are viewed primarily as research subjects without input of their own, to a place where disability embodiment and the lived experience of disability are potential sources of method and methodological advancement. As such, this book centers disabilityand, in so doing, examines methodological challenges related to normative and ableist assumptions in doing qualitative research.
Table of Contents
Introduction 1 (Re)framing Qualitative Research as a Prickly Artichoke: Peeling Back the Layers of Structural Ableism within the Institutional Research Process, Brianna Dickens and Holly Pearson 2 Bodymind Legibility and the Possibilities of Qualitative Research, Emily Nusbaum and Jessica Nina Lester 3 Sign Language Transcription and Qualitative Research Methodologies, Stephanie Kerschbaum 4 When Participatory Approaches are Inaccessible: Creating Space for Both Individual and Group Engagement, Kathleen Sitter 6 Alice Wong, Disability Visibility: Qualitative Methods, Online Archives, and Advocacy
Jessica Nina Lester is Associate Professor, Inquiry Methodology, Indiana University. Emily A. Nusbaum is Assistant Professor, School of Education, University of San Francisco.