Secrecy and silence in the research process : feminist reflections

Level E A305.42072 /760884 Available
Full title: Secrecy and silence in the research process : feminist reflections / edited by Róisín Ryan-Flood and Rosalind Gill.
Other authors: Ryan-Flood, Róisín. (Editor)
Gill, Rosalind Clair. (Editor)
Format: Book           

Table of Contents:
  • Choosing silence: rethinking voice, agency and women's empowerment / Jane L. Parpart
  • Forms of knowing and un-knowing: secrets about society, sexuality and God in northern Kenya / Henrietta L. Moore
  • Unknowable secrets and golden silence: reflexivity and research on sex tourism / Jacqueline Sanchez Taylor and Julia O'Connell Davidson
  • The desire to talk and sex/gender-related silences in interviews with male heterosexual clients of prostitutes / Sabine Grenz
  • Silencing accounts of silenced sexualities / Meg Barker and Darren Langdridge
  • Silencing differences: the 'unspoken' dimensions of 'speaking for others' / Christina Scharff
  • Not telling how it is: secrets and silences of a critical feminist researcher / Bipasha Ahmed
  • Critiquing thinness and wanting to be thin / Karen Throsby and Debra Gimlin
  • Inside 'doorwork': gendering the security gaze / Kate O'Brien
  • Raising the curtain on survey work / Rebekah Wilson
  • Avoiding the 'R-word': racism in feminist collectives / Kathy Davis
  • Suppressing intertextual understandings: negotiating interviews and analysis / Ann Phoenix
  • Dirty work: researching women and sexual representation / Feona Attwood
  • Keeping mum: secrecy and silence in research on lesbian parenthood / Róisín Ryan-Flood
  • Silenced by law: the cautionary tale of women on the line / Miriam Glucksmann
  • Animating hatreds: research encounters, organisational secrets, emotional truths / Gail Lewis
  • Breaking the silence: the hidden injuries of the neoliberal university / Rosalind Gill
  • Silence and secrets: confidence in research / Suki Ali
  • Shameful silences: self-protective secrets and theoretical omissions / Bruna Seu
  • Living in the real world? What happens when the media covers feminist research / Deborah Finding
  • The place of secrets, silences and sexualities in the research process / Lynda Johnston.