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This reading group session will explore strategies for facilitating the sensitive and ethical inclusion and representation of “vulnerable” individuals in articles, books and conference presentations. Questions will include:
- What are our responsibilities as ethical researchers during the writing and dissemination process?
- Why is ‘othering’ an issue in research and how does it relate to ‘power’?
- What approaches can we use to resist othering and thereby improve our representations of “vulnerable” research participants? What are the limitations of these approaches?
Krumer-Nevo, M. and Sidi, M., 2012. Writing against othering. Qualitative inquiry, 18(4), pp.299-309.
Fine, Michelle, Lois Weist, Susan Weseen, and Loonrnun Wong. 2003 ‘For Whom? Qualitative Research, Representations, and Social Responsibilities’. In N.K. Denzin & Y.S. Lincoln (Eds.) The landscape of qualitative research (2nd ed.) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp.167-207.
Please feel free to bring your own writing for discussion.
Open to all. No registration required.
An event organised by Critical Approaches to 'Vulnerability' in Empirical Research (CAVER) Network.
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