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TitleQualitative inquiry in the public sphere / edited by Norman K. Denzin and Michael Giardina
ImprintNew York : Routledge, 2018
Descript vii, 222 pages ; 23 cm

SUMMARY

"In the present political climate, qualitative researchers can bring rigorous research findings to public communities outside of the academy. Their findings can directly affect public policies, social justice, education and diversity issues, amongst others. The distinguished contributors of this book form a call to arms for the ever-increasing relevance of qualitative research in the public sphere" -- Provided by publisher.


CONTENT

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.


Qualitative research -- Social aspects

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