1st Edition

Qualitative Inquiry and the Politics of Research

Edited By Norman K Denzin, Michael D Giardina Copyright 2015
    215 Pages
    by Routledge

    216 Pages
    by Routledge

    This volume of plenary addresses and other key presentations from the 2014 International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry highlights the politics of research in the neoliberal state and the role of qualitative researchers in that debate. Marginalized by an increasingly top-down, assessment-driven university system, the fifteen contributors from a variety of disciplines show the responses of qualitative scholars in their research, writing, advocacy, and teaching, both inside the university and in the broader society. Sponsored by the International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry.

    Introduction Qualitative Inquiry and the Politics of Research, Norman K. Denzin, Michael D. Giardina; Chapter 1 An Unfinished Dialogue about Problematizing Knowledge Production in the Peer Review Process, Mirka Koro-Ljungberg, Elliot P. Douglas, David Carlson, David J. Therriault; Chapter 2 Critical Qualitative Research in Global Neoliberalism, Gaile S. Cannella, Yvonna S. Lincoln; Chapter 3 Practices for the “New” in the New Empiricisms, the New Materialisms, and Post Qualitative Inquiry, Elizabeth Adams St. Pierre; Chapter 4 The Work of Thought and the Politics of Research, Patti Lather; Chapter 5 Qualitative Data Analysis 2.0, Uwe Flick; Chapter 6 Critical Autoethnography as Intersectional Praxis, Bryant Keith Alexander; Chapter 7 Writing Myself into Winesburg, Ohio, Laura Atkins; Chapter 8 The Three Rs: Remembering, Revisiting, and Reworking, Patrick J. Lewis; Chapter 9 Teaching Reflexivity in Qualitative Research, Judith Preissle, Kathleen deMarrais; Chapter 10 Coda, Norman K. Denzin;


    Norman K. Denzin, Michael D. Giardina