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eBook Subjectivities, Knowledges, and Feminist Geographies: The Subjects and Ethics of Social Research ePub

by Liz Bondi,Hannah Avis,Ruth Bankey,Amanda Bingley,Joyce Davidson,Rosaleen Duffy,Victoria Ingrid Einagel,Anja-Maaike Green,Lynda Johnston,Susan Lilley,Carina Listerborn,Shonagh McEwan,Mona Marshy,Niamh O'Connor,Gillian Rose,Bella Vivat,Nichola Wood

  • ISBN: 0742515613
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Liz Bondi,Hannah Avis,Ruth Bankey,Amanda Bingley,Joyce Davidson,Rosaleen Duffy,Victoria Ingrid Einagel,Anja-Maaike Green,Lynda Johnston,Susan Lilley,Carina Listerborn,Shonagh McEwan,Mona Marshy,Niamh O'Connor,Gillian Rose,Bella Vivat,Nichola Wood
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (July 31, 2002)
  • Pages: 312
  • ePub book: 1732 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1352 kb
  • Other: lit lrf lrf docx
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 791

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By Liz Bondi, Hannah Avis, Ruth Bankey, Amanda Bingley, Joyce Davidson, Rosaleen Duffy, Victoria Ingrid Einagel, AnjaMaaike Green, Lynda Johnston, Susan Lilley, Carina Listerborn, Mona Marshy, Shonagh McEwan, Niamh O'Connor, Gillian Rose, Bella Vivat, an. .

By Liz Bondi, Hannah Avis, Ruth Bankey, Amanda Bingley, Joyce Davidson, Rosaleen Duffy, Victoria Ingrid Einagel, AnjaMaaike Green, Lynda Johnston, Susan Lilley, Carina Listerborn, Mona Marshy, Shonagh McEwan, Niamh O'Connor, Gillian Rose, Bella Vivat, and Nichola Wood. London: Rowman & Littlefield, 2002. Feminist Methodology: Challenges and Choices. By Caroline Ramazanoğlu, with, Janet Holland.

Hannah Avis, Ruth Bankey, Amanda Bingley, Liz Bondi, Joyce Davidson, Rosaleen Duffy, Victoria .

Hannah Avis, Ruth Bankey, Amanda Bingley, Liz Bondi, Joyce Davidson, Rosaleen Duffy, Victoria Ingrid Einagel, Anja-Maaike Green, Lynda Johnston, Susan Lilley, Carina Listerborn, Shonagh McEwan, Mona Marshy, Niamh O'Connor, Gillian Rose, Bella Vivat, and Nichola Wood. The authors were all members of a feminist geography reading group at the University of Edinburgh when this volume began to take shape. Some are still at the University of Edinburgh; others are elsewhere. Published Oct. 10, 2010 11:19 AM - Last modified Oct.

Liz Bondi - Contributions by Hannah Avis; Ruth Bankey; Amanda Bingley; Liz Bondi; Joyce Davidson; Rosaleen .

Liz Bondi - Contributions by Hannah Avis; Ruth Bankey; Amanda Bingley; Liz Bondi; Joyce Davidson; Rosaleen Duffy; Victoria Ingrid Einagel; Anja-Maaike Green; Lynda Johnston; Susan Lilley; Carina Listerborn; Shonagh McEwan; Mona Marshy; Niamh O'Connor; Gillian Rose; Bella Vivat and Nichola Wood.

Davidson, Joyce, Liz Bondi and Mick Smith (eds) Emotional Geographies Ashgate (forthcoming, 2005, ISBN 0 1). Bondi, Liz, Hannah Avis, Amanda Bingley, Joyce Davidson, Rosaleen Duffy, Victoria Ingrid Einagel, Anja-Maaike Green, Lynda Johnston, Sue Lilley, Carina Listerborn, Mona Marshy, Shonagh McEwan, Niamh O'Connor, Gillian Rose, Bella Vivat, and Nichola Wood (2002) Subjectivities, Knowledges and Feminist Geographies Rowman and Littlefield. Towards a feminist analysis of a non-medical health and social welfare intervention.

The Ethics of Gender by Susan Frank Parsons; Feminists Doing Ethics by Peggy DesAutels, Joanne Waugh.

A highly original contribution to feminist geography, this book is equally relevant to social science debates about .

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Critical geographies of love as spatial, relational and political. CA Morrison, L Johnston, R Longhurst.

L Bondi, H Avis, A Bingley, J Davidson, R Duffy, V Einagel, AM Green,. Rowman & Littlefield Pub Inc, 2002. Mobilizing pride/shame: lesbians, tourism and parades. Social & Cultural Geography 8 (1), 29-45, 2007. Critical geographies of love as spatial, relational and political. Progress in Human Geography 37 (4), 505-521, 2013.

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Research about people always makes assumptions about the nature of humans as subjects. This collaboration by a group of feminist researchers looks at subjectivity in relation to researchers, the researched, and audiences, as well as at the connections between subjectivity and knowledge. The authors argue that subjectivity is spatialized in embodied, multiple, and fractured ways, challenging the dominant notions of the rational, 'bounded' subject. A highly original contribution to feminist geography, this book is equally relevant to social science debates about using qualitative methodologies and to ongoing discussions on the ethics of social research.