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CONTENTS Acknowledgments Part I: Introduction 1 Becoming a Feminist Scholar: A Second-Generation Story Part II: What is Feminist Methodology? 2 Talking Back to Sociology: Distinctive Contributions of Feminist Methodology 3 Institutional Ethnography: A Strategy for Feminist Inquiry Part III: Excavation 4 Talking and Listening from Women's Standpoint: Feminist Strategies for Interviewing and Analysis 5 Ethnicity and Expertise: Racial-Ethnic Knowledge in Sociological Research Part IV: The Self as Resource 6 Novel Readings: The Social Organization of Interpretation 7 Whose Science of Food and Health? Narratives of Profession and Activism from Public Health Nutrition Part V: Writing and Rhetorical Strategy 8 Women Write Sociology: Rhetorical Strategies 9 Metaphors of Silence and Voice in Feminist Thought (with Chrys Ingraham) 10 Speaking Up, Carefully: Authorship and Authority in Feminist Writing Part VI: Craft Knowledge of Feminist Research 11 From the Seminar Room: Practical Advice for Researchers Appendix A List of Data fro Sources in Chapter 6: Commentary on The Late Bourgeois World Appendix B Readings for a Seminar on "Feminist Methodologies" Notes References Index
One researcher examines the dimensions of feminist research
Marjorie L. DeVault is author of the feminist classic Feeding the Family: The Social Organization of Caring as Gendered Work. She is Associate Professor of Sociology and a member of the Women's Studies Programs at Syracuse University.
"Marjorie DeVault is a major voice in the field of qualitative and feminist methods. Any bibliography that did not include her work would be incomplete. Her book does not only delve into the past, but charts the future." --Shulamit Reinhartz, author of Feminist Methods in Social Research