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Title Discourse, power, and resistance down under. Volume 2 / edited by Mark Vicars and Tarquam McKenna.
Imprint Rotterdam : Sense Publishers, 2013.

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Series Transgressions: cultural studies and education
Transgressions (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Subject Education -- Aims and objectives.
Education -- Philosophy.
Education -- Evaluation.
Alt Name Vicars, Mark,
McKenna, Tarquam, 1954-
Description 1 online resource (viii, 213 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Researching the Researched / Mark Vicars, Tarquam Mckenna -- Misconceptions of Qualitative Research Design / Tania Aspland -- Maternal Death in West Timor / Suzanne Belton, Bronwyn Myers -- Becoming Animal / Jane Bone -- The Box of Vegies / Michael Christie -- Virtually There / Janice M. Crerar -- Problematic Professional Identity Construction / Fiona Douglas -- The Problem of Writing As A Solution / Bróna Nic Giolla Easpaig -- Narrative, Creativity and Collaboration / Marty Grace, Enza Gandolfo -- Reconceptualising the Interview / Linda Henderson -- Wrestling Around Neutrality / Amanda Manypeney -- Hello Old Friend / Ligia Pelosi -- Battledress and Ghillie Suit for A W(A/O)Ndering Girl / Corinna Peterken -- Reading Walls on University Corridors / Stefan Popenici, Angela Brew -- Navigating Stories / Betina Przybylak -- Lacking in Discipline / Stefan Schutt -- Creating A Critical Youth Studies Research Paradigm / Shirley R. Steinberg -- Doctoral Education and New Managerialism / Julie White -- Who Decides What Counts As "Proper" Research? / Ye Hong.
Summary DPR Down Under Volume 2 draws together a spirited collection of papers presented at the Australian Discourse Power and Resistance conference held in Darwin 2012. The volume of work addresses and seeks to contextualise the problematic question What counts as good research and who decides? Each chapter in this volume, written from differing theoretical and methodological positions articulates a notion of what could be considered as being good research and is, in some way involved in speaking a truth back to power. The chapters invite the reader to rethink and reconsider the inherently political, critical and subversive nature of research from a range of critical investigations.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed Feb. 17, 2014).
ISBN 9789462095090 (electronic bk.)
9462095094 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-94-6209-509-0
OCLC # 870650840
Additional Format Print version: Discourse, power, and resistance down under. Volume 2. Rotterdam, The Netherlands : Sense Publishers, ©2013 viii, 213 pages Transgressions (Rotterdam, Netherlands) 9789462095076