1.Setting the Scene: Researching Men Who Pay for Sex in South Africa 2. An Assemblage of Theories, Methods, and Practice: Towards a Critical Reflexive Approach 3. Reasons for Arriving: Confessions, Excitement, and Intimacy 4. Defenses and Desires in the Research Encounter 5. Out of Africa": Critical Reflexivity as Decolonial Method? 6. Using the Critical Reflexive Approach in Your Research
Monique Huysamen, PhD, is a researcher at Manchester Metropolitan University. She received her PhD in Psychology from the University of Cape Town, where she now holds an honorary research position. Her research focuses on sexualities, sexual health, and social justice. She has also published on research ethics and critical approaches to doing qualitative research.
'Useful for anyone interested in sexuality and gender, the process of interviewing is assessed at the micro level which shines a light on complex personal dynamics. Using case studies to illuminate the nature of the interviewer-participant encounter, this reflective account provides an intimate expose of an area of methodology which is rarely discussed. A must for anyone planning or doing sensitive interviewing'.Teela Sanders, Professor of Criminology, University of Leicester, UK