Shared and Collaborative Practice in Qualitative Inquiry: Tiny Revolutions is a short collection of reflections on ethical research practice and scholarly community. It explores the qualitative tradition through the process of writing, photography, dance, and narrative.
This is a book about ethical research practices, about simple truths, about the commitments we initially made to this work, and about how we might better support each other along the way. Most importantly, this is a book about finding and making our own communities. Communities do not belong to any one person or small group of people. Rather, communities—genuine, real, and vibrant communities—belong to us all. This is a book about how.
This book is suitable for people new to qualitative research and seasoned researchers who would like to explore and develop traditions in qualitative inquiry.
Table of Contents
1. Dear Reader: An Ethics of Authorship 2. Coming to Terms 3. When the Sun Kisses the Moon 4.Choreographing through Chaos 5. Simple Truths 6. Everyday Invitations 7. Tiny Revolutions
Jasmine Brooke Ulmer is an assistant professor at Wayne State University, where she directs the qualitative doctoral track in the College of Education.