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|Title: ||Ethnography And Discourse Analysis: Dilemmas In Representing The Voices Of Children|
|Authors: ||Alldred, P|
|Keywords: ||childhood research|
|Publication Date: ||1998|
|Citation: ||Alldred, P. (1998) Ethnography and Discourse Analysis: Dilemmas in Representing the Voices of Children, in Ribbens, J. and Edwards, R. (eds) Feminist Dilemmas in Qualitative Research: Public Knowledge and Private Lives, London: Sage.|
|Abstract: ||How can researchers produce work with relevance to theoretical and formal traditions and requirements of public academic knowledge while still remaining faithful to the experiences and accounts of research participants based in private settings? Feminist Dilemmas in Qualitative Research explores this key dilemma and examines the interplay between theory, epistemology and the detailed practice of research. It does this across the whole research process: access, data collection and analysis and writing up research. It goes on to consider ways of achieving high standards of reflexivity and openness in the strategic choices made during research, examining these issues for specific projects in an open and accessible style.
Particular themes examined are: the research dilemmas that occur from feminist perspectives in relation to researching private and personal social worlds; the position of the researcher as situated between public knowledge and private experience; and the dilemmas raised for researchers seeking to contribute to academic discourse while remaing close to their knowledge forms.
This chapter examines these themes in particular relation to representing children's accounts in the public sphere.|
|Appears in Collections:||School of Sport and Education Research Papers|
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