The Ethics of Researching the Far Right (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
424
Utgivningsdatum
2024-04-02
Förlag
Manchester University Press
Medarbetare
Vaughan, Antonia (ed.), Braune, Joan (ed.), Tinsley, Meghan (ed.)
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781526173874
The Ethics of Researching the Far Right (inbunden)

The Ethics of Researching the Far Right

Critical Approaches and Reflections

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At a time when far, radical, and extreme-right politics are becoming increasingly mainstream globally sometimes with deadly consequences research in these fields is essential to understand the most effective ways to combat these dangerous ideologies. Yet engaging with texts and movements that do physical and verbal violence raises a number of urgent ethical issues. Until recently, this has remained understudied, as scholarship on the far right rarely delves explicitly and critically into the ethics of research. This book seeks to remedy this significant gap in an otherwise extensive and growing literature. Originating from a workshop series in 2020, in which an international group of academics at various career stages shared the ethical challenges and best practices they had developed in their research, this edited collection draws together insights from these ongoing conversations, offering urgent critical reflections on key ethical issues. -- .
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Antonia Vaughan is a researcher in Politics at the University of Bath Joan Braune is Lecturer in Philosophy at Gonzaga University Meghan Tinsley is Presidential Fellow in Sociology at the University of Manchester Aurelien Mondon is Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Bath -- .

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Introduction Part I: Whats in a name 1. What the far right is(nt) Omran Shroufi 2. Race, racism, and the far right: Critical reflections for the field Kurt Sengul 3. When racism seems to be the hardest word: Critical reflections from studying the Lega (Nord) George Newth 4. Violence and the far right: Our ethical duty to the othered Ryan Switzer 5. Ecofascism, far-right ecologism and neo-Malthusianism Miranda Iossifidis Part II: Positionality, standpoint and intersectionality 6. Far right studies and the unbearable whiteness of being Aurelien Mondon 7. Safety and silence: Oral history, far right research and the paradox of the vocal minority Imo Kaufman 8. On the incompleteness of ethnography: Embracing and navigating failure as a principle in research on the far right Balsa Lubarda 9. Ethnographic empathy and research ethics as methodological whiteness Catherine Tebaldi, Rae Jereza 10. Emotions in methodology: Resisting violent ideological structures in the knowledge-production of extremisms Elsa Bengtsson Meuller 11. Reflections on researching armed Nazis as an unarmed left-wing Jew: Politics, privilege, and practical concerns Aaron Winter Part III: The Haunting Past 12. Heritage, archaeology, ancestry and the far right David Farrell-Banks, Lorna-Jane Richardson 13. Another way to do ethics: Uses of the landscape in the far-right cultural milieu and the ethics of researching them Andrew Fergus Wilson 14. Researching memory and heritage during a culture war Meghan Tinsley, Sadia Habib, Chloe Peacock and Ruth Ramsden-Karelse 15. Archiving the extreme: Ethical challenges in sharing, researching and teaching Daniel Jones 16. Researching racism in racist times - Jean Beaman Part IV: Safety and Care 17. How do you respond when you feel under threat? A reflective exploration into my experience with the far right online Alice Sibley 18. Community building as a response to care in studying the far right Kayla Preston 19. Negotiating contradiction in success and safety: a consideration of environmental constraints on risk management Antonia Vaughan 20. Spectre: covert research in digital far-right red zones Jackson Wood 21. Navigating a feminist ethics of care, ethnographic methods and academic activism in researching mens rights and the far right: a researchers struggles Luc Cousineau Part V: Know your enemy: Ethical considerations for participant engagement 22. Ethics of listening: Between criticism and empathy in oral history interviews and politically charged research contexts - Vanessa Tautter 23. Harms of the compassion narrative: Ethical considerations regarding stories of disengagement from white supremacist movements Joan Braune 24. Voices from the past: A psychosocial reflection on interacting with a far-right activist - Yutaka Yoshida 25. Interviewing the unlovable: On the challenges of conducting feminist research on far-right women Katherine Williams 26. Examining far-right empowerment experiences using Youtube and Parler data: Managing researcher safety, and ethical and methodological requirements Carina Hoerst, John Drury Part VI: Activism and Dissemination 27. Critically examining the role of the scholar in policymaking on the far right Richard McNeil-Willson, Michael Vaughan, Michael Zeller 28. Critical reflexivity and research on state responses to the far right Anna A. Meier 29. An anti-racist scholar-activist ethic: Working in service to racial justice Remi Joseph-Salisbury, Laura Connelly, Aurelien Mondon 30. The far right from the underside of history: Decolonising far right studies Isis Giraldo 31. How should journalists engage with the far right? Gary Younge 32. Researching the far right: Towards an ethics of talking about Katy Brown -- .