Ethical Futures in Qualitative Research: Decolonizing the Politics of Knowledge

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Norman K Denzin, Michael D Giardina
Routledge, Jul 1, 2016 - Psychology - 280 pages
Ethics has been a perennial concern of qualitative researchers. The subject has been confounded with the emergence of human subjects regulations, the increased concern with indigenous communities, the globalization of research practices, and the breakdown of barriers between researcher and subject. The original contributions to this volume highlight the key topics that face contemporary qualitative researchers and those that will likely emerge in the near future. Written by many of the leading figures in the field—Lincoln, Denzin, Schwandt, Richardson, Ellis, Bochner, Morse, among others—this book will help shape the ethical response of the field to the challenges presented by the contemporary research environment.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
Ethical Challenges in Qualitative Research
Neutral Science and the Ethics of Resistance
Ethics and the Broader RethinkingReconceptualization of Research
A Commentary on
Working
Indigenous Moral Ethics
Indigenizing Inquiry or the Unmethodology
A Range of Ethical Responses towith
Research as Solidarity
Performing Ethics
Notes toward an Ethics of Memory in Autoethnographic Inquiry
Ethics in Writing about Intimate Others
Talking and Thinking about Qualitative Research
About the Authors
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He is Distinguished Professor of Communications, College of Communications Scholar and Research Professor of Communications, Sociology and Humanities at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He won the Charles Cooley Award from the Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction in 1988. In 1997 he was awarded the George Herbert Mead Award from the Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction.

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