Toward a More Fully Reciprocal Feminist Inquiry
AbstractI argue in this paper for a more reciprocal research process that interrogates the discursive production of experience and identity. I suggest that it is necessary to problematize the role of “interviewees” in the research process by recognizing that their experiences and their narrations of those experiences are discursive formations, created out of contested and contingent circumstances. In this way, we gain a more critical and less essentializing understanding of “others.”
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