1 edition of Feminist community research found in the catalog.
Feminist community research
Gillian Laura Creese
|Statement||edited by Gillian Creese and Wendy Frisby|
|LC Classifications||HM756 .F46 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 254 p.|
|Number of Pages||254|
|LC Control Number||2012361135|
Chapter 1. Feminist Theory and Survey Research——5 Feminist research requires a different approach to scholarship, but what does that approach entail? The answer depends on whom one asks. For example, feminist philosopher Sandra Harding (, p. 1) begins her clas-sic book, Feminism and Methodology, by explicitly rejecting the idea thatFile Size: 80KB. Feminist activists have established a range of feminist businesses, including women's bookstores, feminist credit unions, feminist presses, feminist mail-order catalogs, and feminist restaurants. These businesses flourished as part of the second and third-waves of feminism in the s, s, and s.
With essays on topics from grappling with the loss of hope around having a female president, to reproductive rights, to how feminism intersects with the transgender community, to being queer and black in rural America, this book provides a broad and varied vision of what it means to be a woman in Thius edition of the Recently Published Book Spotlight is on the work of Michelle Ciurria. Michelle Ciurria is the author of An Intersectional Feminist Theory of Moral Responsibility, published by Routledge in Her work has appeared in such journals Feminist Philosophy Quarterly, The Journal of the APA, and Ethical Theory and Moral Practice. Author: Nathan Eckstrand.
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Book Description This volume offers strategies for researchers, government agencies, and community groups to fulfill the promise of and overcome the challenges in feminist community research. From the Inside Flap Feminist community research Format: Paperback. Community Research As Empowerment: Feminist Links, Postmodern Interruptions [Janice L.
Ristock, Joan Pennell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This volume is an invitation to reshape ways of carrying out research for social action so that we critically analyze and responsibly use power at all stages of the research.
Research Cited by: The aim of this collection of ten essays and an introductory and concluding chapter is to reveal tensions, challenges, pitfalls, complexities, and strategies in working within feminist community based research (FCR) approaches.
This book provides an opportunity to highlight a variety of feminist com - munity research conducted by researchers associated with Women’s and Gender Studies at UBC and their colleagues and community members.
Authors who conduct feminist community research were invited to con-tribute original essays to the present volume. "Feminist community research is a collaborative, policy-oriented methodology that holds the promise of empowering the disadvantaged and building a more just society.
But in the absence of critical analysis and the responsible use of power, this approach can lead to. Section two of the Handbook, "Feminist Research Praxis," examines how feminist researchers utilize a range of research methods in the service of feminist perspectives.
Feminist researchers use a range of qualitative and quantitative as well as mixed and multi methods, and this section examines the unique characteristics feminists researchers bring to the practice of feminist research. Community Research as Empowerment: Feminist Links, Postmodern Interruptions.
This volume is an invitation to reshape ways of carrying out research for social action so that we critically analyze. Feminist Community Research book published Novem This volume offers strategies for researchers, government agencies, and community groups to fulfill the promise of and overcome the challenges in feminist community research.
UBC Press announces the publication of Feminist Community Research edited by Gillian Creese and. Feminist community research is a collaborative, policy-oriented methodology that holds the promise of empowering women and building a more just society.
But in the absence of critical analysis and the responsible use of power, this approach can lead to naive or even harmful practices. FEMINIST RESEARCH focuses on the experiences of women in natural social settings, where the aim is to 'make women visible, raise their consciousness and empower them' (Holloway and Wheeler ).Author: Leslie Gelling.
Authors: English, Leona M., Irving, Catherine J. The authors draw upon their earlier research examining how feminists have negotiated identity and learning in international contexts or multisector environments. Feminism in Community focuses on feminist challenges to lead, learn, and participate in nonprofit.
Your Research Data Share your research data Women's Studies International Forum (formerly Women's Studies International Quarterly, established in ) is a bimonthly journal to aid the distribution and exchange of feminist research in the multidisciplinary, international area of women's studies and in feminist research in other disciplines.
The study of feminist research methods is a developing, inspiring, and revolutionary academic sub discipline. More and more feminist researchers have slowly gained interest in the relationship between gender and research practices.
The primary purpose of this part of the web based project is to discuss the different feminist research methods. This book provides an in-depth and wide-ranging consideration of feminist research. Its 33 chapters are divided into sections on theory, practice, and issues and insights, and includes in the latter section a contribution on transgender and transsexual identities and feminist research.
While the books represent the national community of feminist family scholars, many of the research-based articles in this issue examine family life in Michigan communities.
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