Researching Gender - Fundamentals of Applied Research (Hardback)
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Researching Gender - Fundamentals of Applied Research (Hardback)

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Hardback 1592 Pages / Published: 25/10/2012
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Researching Gender is an authoritative four-volume reference of major works in the field of feminist methodologies. International and interdisciplinary in scope, the collection draws on perspectives across the social sciences and humanities. The full range of feminist political, ethical and epistemological approaches to methodology from the second wave through to contemporary concerns is included. An introductory essay to each volume provides a guide to the development of this field and its future directions. These will define key concepts, summarise debates and introduce major themes and 'turns'.

The focus of each volume is:

* Volume 1: Situated Knowers and Feminist Standpoint

* Volume 2: Feminist Postmodernism and Intersectionality

* Volume 3: Feminist Empiricism

* Volume 4: Feminist Futures

Researching Gender is a comprehensive collection of well-regarded, seminal articles in the field of feminist methodology that will be an essential resource for academics and advanced students in this field.

Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
ISBN: 9781446248744
Number of pages: 1592
Weight: 3250 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 30 mm


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In "Researching Gender", Christina Hughes brings together 79 learned papers on feminist thought about such diverse matters as the experiences of women of colour, sex workers, Internet game players and Social Science researchers, quoting such diverse authorities as Freud, Derrida, Butler and Karl Marx in addition to dozens of contemporary feminist researchers. This daunting tome of 4 volumes, 79 chapters and over 1500 pages discusses feminist positions on various aspects of gender in a deliriously eclectic manner, ranging through several decades and across many cultures and geographical locations as well as hyperspace and quantum theory. Hughes has deliberately avoided ordering the articles by date or topic in order to encourage readers to dip into the four volumes at random and make their own connections.

Sylvia Farley, Nurturing Potential

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