Reconceptualizing Qualitative Research (häftad)
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Reconceptualizing Qualitative Research (häftad)

Reconceptualizing Qualitative Research

Methodologies without Methodology

Häftad,  Engelska, 2015-06-04

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Calling for qualitative research that is complex, situational, theoretically situated, and yet productive, Reconceptualizing Qualitative Research discusses the multiplicities and uncertainty embedded in different methodological configurations and entanglements that blur the boundaries between doing research, theorizing, thinking, and reflecting. Writing in a clear, conversational style, author Mirka Koro-Ljungberg urges readers to think about qualitative research differently, often in creative ways, and to continuously question existing grand narratives and dogmas.
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Because of [the author’s] deep theoretical knowledge combined with years of working with young scholars and students, she articulates what we all struggle with as qualitative research. You will find yourself nodding your head with the points she is making and furiously taking notes. This is a book that will be well-worn and loved when you finish it.

This book is a thinking text for new and seasoned qualitative researchers. Readers who engage ‘Methodologies without Methodology’ (because this text refuses to be passively read) will be provoked, moved, and challenged to rethink the processes and purposes of qualitative research and compelled to risk engaging in a more creative and exciting inquiry that resists conformity.

This book provides a thoughtful articulation of qualitative inquiry from a post-perspective. Readers are invited to deconstruct qualitative inquiry in provocative yet productive ways. I would highly recommend this text for novice or seasoned scholars that desire an alternative to more traditional qualitative research texts and approaches.

This book discusses the squishy-ness of qualitative research in a way that most books do not. It provides ample philosophical grounding and encourages the reader to think critically.

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Mirka Koro-Ljungberg (PhD, University of Helsinki) is a professor of qualitative research at the Arizona State University. Her scholarship operates in the intersection of methodology, philosophy, and sociocultural critique, and her work aims to contribute to methodological knowledge, experimentation, and theoretical development across various traditions associated with qualitative research. She has published in various qualitative and educational journals, and she is the author of Reconceptualizing Qualitative Research: Methodologies Without Methodology (2016) published by SAGE and coeditor of Disrupting Data in Qualitative inquiry: Entanglements With the Post-Critical and Post-Anthropocentric (2017) by Peter Lang.


Random Yet Necessary Appreciation Notes 1. The (Un)structure of this Book 2. A Proxy for a Foreword 3. Methodological Language Creates "Realities:" Labels and Language Matter Why Do Labels Matter? Different Uses of Labels Labels Create, Act, Provoke, and Do Other Things Using Labels of Reflexivity and Triangulation Possibilities of Linguistic Creativity and Innovation in Research Irruption I: Introducing Un-directionality and Uncertainty Through Images 4. Data-Wants and Entanglements: Data Matter Data Directionality The Dilemma of Data-Wants Data's Past Data Object Analytical Interactions in the Existing Literature What Might Data Want? Paradox of Wanting/Interacting 5. Fluid Methodological Spaces: Methodologies Matter What Do Linear Methodologies Do? What Might Happen in Fluid Methodological Spaces? Conceptualizing Fluid and Incorporeal Methodological Spaces Annemarie Mol's Fluid Methodology Another Conceptualization Beyond Mol's Methodological Singularity The Unexpected Lives of Methodologies Without Methodology 6. Afterword: This Project (and Other Projects Alike) May Be Productively "Failing" Irruption II: Performance, Philosophy, and Not-Knowing Group Activity #1: Living Through Time Group Activity #2: Taking Risks 7. Methodological Responsibility Outside the Duty: Responsibility Matters Why Does Responsibility Matter? The Role of Research Responsibility in Forming Public Policy Return to Responsibility Imaging Responsibility as Resisting Closure and Holding a Space for the Other Imaging Responsibility as Responding to Urgency Imaging Responsibility as Rupturing Tradition, Authority, and Order Researchers' Responsibilities To Come 8. Teaching and Learning the Unteachable: Pedagogies Matter Teaching Through the Teachable Past and Transferable Experiences Learning With(Out) Teachable Teaching Teaching With the Past: Some Ghost Stories Curriculum Event and Erasure of a Ghost Curriculum Series of Unthinkable and Unknowable Classroom Events Beginning Again and Again: New Projects, New Methodologies 9. Productive Paradoxes in Participant-Driven Research...Or "Stop Research for Research's Sake!": Communities and Audiences Matter PDR Examplars from Student Researchers Irruption III: Body Maps as Tools of Reflection on PDR Another Understanding of PDR: Where To Go From Here? Irruption IV: Living Uncertainty