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The Responsible Methodologist

Inquiry, Truth-Telling, and Social Justice, 1st Edition

By Aaron M. Kuntz

Routledge

158 pages

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Winner of The University of Alabama 2017 President’s Faculty Research Award

What does it mean to be a responsible methodologist? Certainly it is more than being a research middle-manager who ensures that the tools used in a thesis or dissertation are of the right gauge. In The Responsible Methodologist, leading education scholar Aaron Kuntz uses the latest movements in social theory to challenge qualitative researchers to reconceptualize their work away from the technocratic toward an intervention, an ethical disruption of the norm, an activist stance toward progressive social change. Inviting creativity and vision, he insists that the responsible methodologist become a force leading the discourse toward social justice. His book-challenges the technocratic role given to qualitative methodologists in university settings;-urges them to become a force for change through Foucault’s parrhesia, risky truth-telling;-includes research projects that have incorporated this vision.

http://amkuntz.people.ua.edu/

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
PSY030000
PSYCHOLOGY / Research & Methodology

Interview with Aaron Kuntz

In this interview Aaron Kuntz, author of award winning book 'The Responsible Methodologist', discusses the importance of considering the environments in which we conduct research. He examines current trends in qualitative research, such as posthumanism and nomadic inquiry.

Podcast Interview with New Books Network

New Books Network host Pengfei Zhao interviews author Dr. Aaron M. Kuntz in a podcast discussing his award winning title The Responsible Methodologist.

Listen to the podcast here.