Qualitative methods II: minding the gap
Progress in Human Geography
In our last review we drew together work exploring interactions between the performativity of research practices and the spaces of qualitative research (Davies and Dwyer, 2007). In this, we focus on the oscillating political subjectivities mobilized in research by human geographers and other qualitative researchers.
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Progress in Human Geography, 2008, Vol. 32, Issues 3 pp. 399 - 406