|Title||Qualitative inquiry in the public sphere / edited by Norman K. Denzin and Michael Giardina|
|Imprint||New York : Routledge, 2018|
|Descript||vii, 222 pages ; 23 cm|
Fracking the faculty: The privatization of public knowledge, the erosion of faculty worklife quality, the diminution of the liberal arts / Yvonna S. Lincoln -- Academic de-institutionalization and radical imagination vs. audit culture / Marc Spooner -- Into the woods: Scholarly publishing for a post-tenure world / Mitch Allen -- The BMJ debate and what it tells us about who says what, when and where, about our qualitative inquiry / Julianne Cheek -- Indigenous qualitative research in the neoliberal public sphere / Patrick Lewis -- Cultivating critical reflexivity in the public sphere / Ping-Chun Hsiung -- Individual needs, cultural barriers, public discourses: Taking qualitative inquiry into the public sphere / Silke Migala and Uwe Flick -- On Being Awake after the 2016 U.S. Presidential election / Ronald J. Pelias -- Research for revolutionaries by #JimScheurich / James Joseph Scheurich -- Methodologies that encounter (slowness and) irregular rhythm / Mirka Koro-Ljungberg and Timothy Wells -- Collaborative autoethnography: An ethical approach to inquiry that makes a difference / Judith C. Lapadat -- Writing to it: Creating engagement with writing practice in and with the not yet known in today's academy / Jonathan Wyatt and Ken Gale -- The future of critical arts-based research: Creating political spaces for resistance politics / Susan Finley -- Musical chairs: Method, style, tradition / James Salvo -- Pedagogy, civil rights, and the project of insurrectional democracy / Henry Giroux.
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