36. Methodology and Epistemology

(Excerpted from The Men's Bibliography: A comprehensive bibliography of writing on men, masculinities, gender, and sexualities, compiled by Michael Flood. 19th edition, 2008. Home URL: http://mensbiblio.xyonline.net/)

a) Doing Research on Men and as Men

Note: This section concentrates on questions of methodology. Also see references on “Men’s Studies, men in academia”.

Allen, Louisa (2005) Managing Masculinity: Young Men’s Identity Work in Focus Groups. Qualitative Research, 5, 1, Feb, 35-57.

Angrosino, Michael V. (1986) Son and lover: the anthropologist as nonthreatening male. In Sex, Self, and Gender in Cross-Cultural Fieldwork. (pp. 64-83). Chicago: University of Illinois Press.

Berg, Lawrence D. (1994) Masculinity, place and a binary discourse of ‘theory’ and ‘empirical investigation’ in the human geography of Aotearoa/New Zealand. Gender, Place and Culture, 1, pp. 245-260.

Berg, Lawrence D., and Robyn Longhurst. (2003). Placing masculinities and geography. Gender, Place and Culture, 10, pp. 351-360.

Butera, Karina J. (2006) Manhunt: The Challenge of Enticing Men to Participate in a Study on Friendship. Qualitative Inquiry, Dec., Vol. 12, Iss. 6.

Campbell, Elaine (2003) Interviewing Men in Uniform: A feminist approach? International Journal of Social Research Methodology, Volume 6, Number 4 / October-December, pp. 285-304.

Cazés, Daniel. (1996). Metodología de género en los estudios de hombres (Gender Methodology in Studies about Men and Masculinities). In Estudios de Género en América Latina, Universidad Centroamericana, Managua, Nicaragua (Also in Revista La ventana, Guadalajara, México).

Cohan, Mark. (1997). Political Identities and Political Landscapes: Men’s Narrative Work in Relation to Women’s Issues. Sociological Quarterly, 38(2).

Cowburn, M. (2005) Confidentiality and Public Protection: Ethical dilemmas in qualitative research with adult male sex offenders. Journal of Sexual Aggression, 11(1): 49-63.

Cowburn, M. (2007). Men Researching Men in Prison: The Challenges for Profeminist Research. The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 46(3): 276-288.

Cowburn, Malcolm. (2005). Hegemony and discourse: reconstruing the male sex offender and sexual coercion by men. Sexualities, Evolution and Gender, 7, 3, 215-231.

Cowburn, Malcolm. (2007). Ethics, research and policy. In S. M. Hodgson and Z. Irving, Policy reconsidered: Meanings, politics and practices. Bristol, Policy Press.

Cowburn, Malcolm. (2007). Men Researching Men in Prison: The Challenges For Profeminist Research. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 46 (3) 276-288.

Crowley, Jocelyn Elise. (2007). Friend or Foe? Self-Expansion, Stigmatized Groups, and the Researcher-Participant Relationship. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 36(6): 603-630.

Digby, Tom. (ed). (1998). Men Doing Feminism. New York & London: Routledge.

Donaldson, Mike. (1997). Researching Ruling Class Men: Biography, Autobiography, Life History. Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, 2(1), pp. 93-104.

Flood, Michael. (1997). Doing Research on Men and as Men: Politics and Problems. Paper to Conference, Masculinities: Renegotiating Genders. University of Wollongong, 20 June [Copy available free from author].

Gatrell, C. (2006). Interviewing Fathers: Feminist Dilemmas in Fieldwork. Journal of Gender Studies, 15(3): 237-251.

Hearn, Jeff, and David H.J. Morgan.(1990). The Critique of Men. In Jeff Hearn and David H.J. Morgan. (eds). Men, Masculinities and Social Theory. London: Unwin Hyman.

Hearn, Jeff. (1987). Changing Men’s Sexist Practice in the Social Sciences. In The Gender of Oppression: Men, Masculinity and the Critique of Marxism. New York: St. Martins’ Press.

Hearn, Jeff. (1989). Sociological Issues in Studying Men and Masculinities. University of Manchester, Hollsworth Fellowship, Working Paper No. 2.

Hearn, Jeff. (1994). Research in Men and Masculinities: Some Sociological Issues and Possibilities. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 30(1), April.

Hearn, Jeff. (1998). Studying and Researching Men’s Violence to Known Women. Chapter 3 in The Violences of Men: How Men Talk About and How Agencies Respond to Men’s Violence to Women. London: Sage.

Hearn, Jeff. (ed). (1993). Researching Men and Researching Men’s Violence. Bradford: University of Bradford, Research Unit on Violence, Abuse and Gender .

Hood, Suzanne et.al. (eds). (1998). Critical Issues in Social Research: Power and Prejudice. Open University Press (Chapters e.g. on gay men, gender and methodology).

Jackson, David. (1990). Unmasking Masculinity: A Critical Autobiography. London: Unwin Hyman.

Jones, David M. (2001). “Women’s Lib,” Gender Theory, and the Politics of Home: How I became a black male feminist. Feminist Teacher; 13(3), pp. 213-224.

Jones, Mark. (1996). Men and Feminist Research. In Jane Pilcher and Amanda Coffey. (eds). Gender and Qualitative Research, Aldershot, Hants, England: Avebury.

Killick, Andrew P. The Penetrating Intellect: On Being White, Straight, and Male in Korea. In Don Kulick and Margaret Willson. (eds). Taboo: Sex, Identity and Erotic Subjectivity in Anthropological Fieldwork. London & New York: Routledge.

Lee, Deborah. (1997). Interviewing Men: Vulnerabilities and Dilemmas. Women’s Studies International Forum, 20(4).

Leyland, Joyce. (1987). On the Conflicts of Doing Feminist Research Into Masculinity. Studies in Sexual Politics, 16, pp. 38-47.

May, Larry. (1998). A Progressive Male Standpoint. Chapter 8 in Masculinity and Morality, Ithaca & London: Cornell University Press.

McDowell, Linda. (2001). “It’s That Linda, Again”: Ethical, practical and political issues involved in longitudinal research with young men. Ethics, Place and Environment, 4(2), pp. 87-100.

McKegany, Neil, and Michael Bloor. (1991). Spotting the Invisible Man: The Influence of Male Gender on Fieldwork Relations. British Journal of Sociology, 42(2), pp. 195-210.

Messner, Michael. (1990). Men Studying Masculinity: Some Epistemological Issues in Sport Sociology. Sociology of Sport Journal, 7(2), June.

Morgan, David. (1981). Men, Masculinity and the Process of Sociological Enquiry. In Helen Roberts. (ed.). Doing Feminist Research. London: RKP.

Morgan, David. (1987). ‘It Will Make a Man of You’: Notes on National Service, Masculinity and Autobiography. Studies in Sexual Politics, No. 17, Manchester: University of Manchester, Department of Sociology.

Morgan, David. (1990). Masculinity, Autobiography and History. Gender and History, 2(1), Spring, pp. 34-39.

Morgan, David. (1992). Discovering Men. London: Routledge.
Includes;
Problems of Studying Men.
Men and Methodologies.
Studying Men in a Patriarchal Society.

Ortiz, Steven M. (2003) Muted Masculinity as an Outsider Strategy: Gender Sharing in Ethnographic Work with Wives of Professional Athletes. Symbolic Interaction, Fall, Vol. 26, Iss. 4, pp. 601-611.

Pease, B. (2000). Researching Profeminist Men’s Narratives: Participatory Methodologies in a Postmodern Frame. Practice and Research in Social Work: Postmodern Feminist Perspectives. London and New York: Routledge: 136-58.

Pease, Bob. (1996). Reforming Men: Masculine Subjectivities and the Politics and Practices of Profeminism. PhD thesis. Melbourne: Graduate School of Social Work, Faculty of Social Sciences, La Trobe University (Includes “Researching men’s lives from a pro-feminist perspective”).

Pease, Bob. (2000). Recreating Men: Postmodern Masculinity Politics. London: Sage.
Includes;
2. The ‘Man Question’ in Feminism and the New Men’s Studies.
3. Postmodern Feminism and the Critical Study of Men.

Philaretou, Andreas G., and Katherine R. Allen (2006) Researching Sensitive Topics through Autoethnographic Means. Journal of Men’s Studies, Vol. 14 Issue 1.

Pini, Barbara (2005) Interviewing Men: Gender and the collection and interpretation of qualitative data. Journal of Sociology, 41(2): 201-216.

Pinteaux, Agnes, and David J. Nightingale. (2002). The Doll’s House: Critical men, feminism and academia. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Qualitative Methods Conference: “Something for nothing”, 1 May to 30 September.

Presser, Lois (2005) Negotiating Power and Narrative in Research: Implications for Feminist Methodology. Signs, Summer, Vol. 30, Iss. 4.

Ramazanoglu, Caroline. (1992). What Can You Do With a Man? Feminism and the Critical Appraisal of Masculinity. Women’s Studies International Forum, 15(3).

Robb, M. (2004) Exploring Fatherhood: Masculinity and intersubjectivity in the research process. Journal of Social Work Practice, 18(3): 395-406. November.

Russell, Cherry, Denise Touchard, and Maree Porter. (2002). What’s Rapport Got To Do With It? The practical accomplishment of fieldwork relations between young female researchers and socially marginalised older men. The Qualitative Report, 7(1), March. http://www.nova.edu/ssss/QR/QR7-1/russell.html.

Schacht, Steven P. (1997). Feminist Fieldwork in the Misogynist Setting of the Rugby Pitch: Temporarily Becoming a Sylph to Survive and Personally Grow. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, Summer.

Schwalbe, Michael, and Michelle Wolkomir. (2001). The Masculine Self as Problem and Resource in Interview Studies of Men. Men and Masculinities, 4(1), July, pp. 90-103.

Sparke, Matthew. (1996). Displacing the Field in Fieldwork: Masculinity, Metaphor and Space. In Bodyspace: Dislocating Geographies of Gender and Sexuality. Nancy Duncan, editor. London and New York: Routledge. pp. 212-233.

Sundberg, Juanita (2003) Masculinist Epistemologies and the Politics of Fieldwork in Latin Americanist Geography. The Professional Geographer, Volume 55, Issue 2, May, pp. 180-190.

Thurston, Richard. (1996). Are You Sitting Comfortably? Men’s Storytelling, Masculinities, Prison Culture and Violence. In Mairtin Mac an Ghaill. (ed.). Understanding Masculinities: Social Relations and Cultural Arenas. Buckingham & Philadelphia: Open University Press (pp. 139-152).

Townsend, Nicholas. (1999). Fatherhoods and Fieldwork: Intersections Between Personal and Theoretical Positions. Men and Masculinities, 2(1), July.

Way, Niobe. (1997). Using Feminist Research Methods to Understand the Friendships of Adolescent Boys. Journal of Social Issues, 53(4), Winter.

Weeks, Jeffrey. (1996). Telling Stories About Men. (Review article) Sociological Review.

Whitehead, Stephen (ed.) (2006) Men and Masculinities: Critical Concepts in Sociology. 5 Volumes.
Volume 1.
4. MEN’S RESEARCH, RESEARCHING MEN.
15. H. Brod (1987) ‘A Case For Men’s Studies’, Changing Men.
16. D.H.J. Morgan (1992) ‘Problems of studying men’, Discovering Men.
17. S. Heath (1987) ‘Male Feminism’, Men in Feminism.
18. J. Hearn (2004) ‘From hegemonic masculinity to the hegemony of men’. Feminist Theory.

Wight, Daniel. (1996). Performances, Discourses and Masculine Sexuality: Seeking Authenticity. Paper to New Psychologies Conference, Tarbert, Scotland, 28 June - 1 July.


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b) Gender, Methodology and Epistemology

Note: Also see the extensive bibliography in Liz Stanley's (ed) Feminist praxis.

Alcoff, Linda, and Elizabeth Potter. (eds). (1993). Feminist Epistemologies. London & New York: Routledge.

Andrews, Molly. (2002). Feminist research with non-feminist and anti-feminist women: Meeting the challenge. Feminism & Psychology, 12(1), February, pp. 55-77.

Annette, N. M. (2005). “Go Ugly Early”: Fragmented Narrative and Bricolage as Interpretive Method. Qualitative Inquiry, 11(6): 813.

Armstead, Cathleen. (1995). Writing Contradictions: Feminist Research and Feminist Writing. Women’s Studies International Forum, 18(5/6).

Bacchi, Carol (2005) Discourse, Discourse Everywhere: Subject ‘Agency’ in Feminist Discourse Methodology. Nora: Nordic Journal of Women’s Studies, Volume 13, Number 3, December, pp. 198-209.

Back, Les. (1993) Gendered participation: masculinity and fieldwork in a south London adolescent community. In Gendered Fields: women, men and ethnography. (pp. 215-233). London: Routledge.

Behar, Ruth, and Deborah A. Gordon. Women Writing Culture.

Bell, Susan G., and Marilyn Yalom. (eds). Revealing Lives: Autobiography, Biography, and Gender. New York: State University of New York Press.

Blackman, Shane J. (1998) ‘Poxy cupid!’: an ethnographic and feminist account of a resistant female youth culture: the New Wave girls. In Cool Places: geographies of youth cultures. (pp. 207-228). London: Routledge.

Braun, V. (2000). Heterosexism in Focus Group Research: Collusion and Challenge. Feminism Psychology, 10(1): 133-140.

Broughton, Trev L., and Linda Anderson. (eds). (1999). Women’s Lives/Women’s Times: New Essays on Auto/Biography. New York: State University of New York Press.

Brown, Lyn Mikel. (1997). Performing Femininities: Listening to White Working-Class Girls in Rural Maine. Journal of Social Issues, 53(4), Winter.

Bulkin, Elly, Minnie Bruce Pratt, and Barbara Smith. (1984). Yours in Struggle: Feminist Perspectives on Racism and Anti-Semitism. New York: Long Haul.

Burt, Sandra, and Lorraine Code. (eds). (1995). Changing Methods: Feminists Transforming Practice. Ontario: Broadview Press.

Byrne, B. (2003). Reciting the Self: Narrative Representations of the Self in Qualitative Interviews. Feminist Theory, 4(1): 29-49.

Cavarero, Adriana. (2000). Relating Narratives: Storytelling and Selfhood. Routledge

Clough, Sharyn. (1998). A Hasty Retreat From Evidence: The Recalcitrance of Relativism in Feminist Epistemology. Hypatia, 13(4), Fall.

Code, Lorraine. (1991). What Can She Know? Feminist Theory and the Construction of Knowledge. Ithaca & London: Cornell University Press.

Collins, Patricia Hill. (1990). Black Feminist Thought: Knowledge, Consciousness, and the Politics of Empowerment. Boston: Unwin Hyman.

Crawford, June, Susan Kippax et al. (1992). Emotion and Gender: Constructing Meaning from Memory. London: Sage.

Crowley, Helen, and Susan Himmelweit. (eds). (1992). Knowing Women: Feminism and Knowledge. Cambridge & Oxford: Polity Press.

Davies, Bronwyn. (1992). Women’s Subjectivity and Feminist Stories. In Ellis, Carolyn and Flaherty, Michael G. (eds). Investigating Subjectivity: Research on Lived Experience. Newbury Park: Sage .

Davies, Karen. (1996). Capturing Women’s Lives: A Discussion of Time and Methodological Issues. Women’s Studies International Forum, 19(6).

de Groot, Joanna, and Mary Maynard. (eds). (1993). Women’s Studies in the 1990s: Doing Things Differently?. New York: St Martin’s Press.

Deutsch, N.L. (2004). Positionality and the pen: Reflections on the process of becoming a feminist researcher and writer. Qualitative Inquiry, 10(6): 885.

Devault, Marjorie L. (1990). Talking and Listening from Women’s Standpoint: Feminist Strategies for Interviewing and Analysis. Social Problems, 37(1), February .

Doucet, A., and N. Mauthner (2002) Knowing responsibly: Ethics, Feminist Epistemologies and Methodologies. In M. Mauthner, M. Birch, J. Jessop and T. Miller (eds.), Ethics in Qualitative Research. London: Sage; 123-145.

Doucet, A., and N. Mauthner (2006) Feminist methodologies and epistemologies. In Clifton D. Bryant and Dennis L. Peck (Eds.) Handbook of 21st Century Sociology (Sage).

Dowsett, Gary. (1992). Practising Desire: Homosexual Sex in the Era of AIDS. PhD thesis, Sociology, School of Behavioural Sciences, Macquarie University. Sydney.

Duncan, Nancy. (ed). (1996). Body Space: Destabilising Geographies of Gender and Sexuality. London & New York: Routledge .

Duran, Jane. (2001). Worlds of Knowing: Global Feminist Epistemologies. Routledge.

Edwards, Rosalind. (1990). Connecting Method and Epistemology: A White Woman Interviewing Black Women. Women’s Studies International Forum, 13, pp. 477-490.

Edwards, Rosalind. (1993). An Education in Interviewing: Placing the Researcher and the Researched. In Renzetti, Claire M. and Lee, Raymond M. (eds). Researching Sensitive Topics. Newbury Park: Sage, pp. 181-196.

Falco, Maria J. (ed). (1987). Feminism and Epistemology: Approaches to Research in Women and Politics. Special Issue of Women & Politics, 7(3), Fall.

Farwell, Marilyn R. (1996). Heterosexual Plots and Lesbian Narratives. New York & London: New York University Press.

Few, April L., Dionne P. Stephens, and Marlo Rouse-Arnett (2001) Sister-to-Sister Talk: Transcending Boundaries and Challenges in Qualitative Research With Black Women. Qualitative Social Research, Volume 2, No. 1, February.

Finch, Janet. (1984). ‘It’s Great To Have Someone To Talk To’: The Ethics and Politics of Interviewing Women. In Bell, C. and Roberts, H. (eds). Social Researching. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul .

Fine, Michelle. (1992). Passion, Politics, and Power: Feminist Research Possibilities. In Fine, Michelle. (ed.). Disruptive Voices, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press .

Fonow, Mary M., and Judith A. Cook. (eds). (1991). Beyond Methodology: Feminist Scholarship As Lived Research. Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press .

Fowlkes, Diane L. (1997). Moving from Feminist Identity Politics to Coalition Politics Through a Feminist Materialist Standpoint of Intersubjectivity in Gloria Anzaldua’s Borderlands/La Frontera: The new Mestiza. Hypatia, 12(2), Spring.

Gatenby, Bev, and Maria Humphries. (2000). Feminist Participatory Action Research: Methodological and Ethical Issues. Women’s Studies International Forum. 23(1), January-February.

Gavey, Nicola. (1989). Feminist Poststructuralism and Discourse Analysis: Contributions to Feminist Psychology. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 13, pp. 459-475.

Gifford, S.M. (1998). Data Analysis in Qualitative Research. In C Kerr, R Taylor & G Heard. (eds.), A Handbook of Public Health Methods. Sydney: McGraw-Hill, 543-554.

Gifford, S.M. (1998). Ethnographic Research. In C Kerr, R Taylor & G Heard. (eds.), A Handbook of Public Health Methods. Sydney: McGraw-Hill, 504-510.

Gitlin, Andrew. (ed.). Power and Method: Political Activism and Educational Research. New York & London: Routledge .

Golombisky, K. (2006). Gendering the Interview: Feminist Reflections on Gender as Performance in Research. Women’s Studies in Communication, 29(2): 165.

Gorelick, Sherry. (1991). Contradictions of Feminist Methodology. Gender & Society, 5(4), December .

Grauerholz, L., and L. Baker-Sperry. (2007). Feminist Research in the Public Domain: Risks and Recommendations. Gender Society, 21(2): 272-294.

Hammers, Corie, and Alan D. Brown (2004) Towards a feminist-queer alliance: A paradigmatic shift in the research process. Social Epistemology, Volume 18, Number 1 / January-March, pp. 85-101.

Hammersley, Martyn. (1992). On Feminist Methodology. Sociology, 26(2), pp. 187-206.

Hammersley, Martyn. The Politics of Social Research. (chapter on feminist methodology).

Haraway, Donna. (1988). Situated Knowledges: The Science Question in Feminism and the Privilege of Partial Perspective. Feminist Studies, 14(3), Fall .

Haraway, Donna. (1991). Situated Knowledges: The Science Question in Feminism as a Site of Discourse on the Privilege of Partial Perspective. In Haraway, Donna. (1991). Simians, Cyborgs and Women: The Reinvention of Nature, pp. 183-201. London: Free Association.

Harding, Sandra (2004) A Socially Relevant Philosophy of Science? Resources from Standpoint Theory’s Controversiality. Hypatia, Winter, Vol. 19, Iss. 1.

Harding, Sandra, and Jean F. O’Barr. (eds). (1987). Sex and Scientific Inquiry. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Harding, Sandra, and M.B. Hintikka. (eds). (1993). Discovering Reality: Feminist Perspectives on Epistemology, Metaphysics, Methodology and Philosophy of Science. Dordrecht, Reidel.

Harding, Sandra. (1986). The Instability of the Analytic Categories of Feminist Theory. Signs, 11(4).

Harding, Sandra. (1986). The Science Question in Feminism. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Harding, Sandra. (1991). Whose Science? Whose Knowledge? Thinking from women’s lives. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

Harding, Sandra. (1992). Subjectivity, Experience and Knowledge: An Epistemology From/For Rainbow Coalition Politics. Development and Change, 23(3) .

Harding, Sandra. (1998). Is Science Multicultural? Postcolonialisms, Feminisms, and Epistemologies. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.

Harding, Sandra. (ed). (1987). Feminism and Methodology: Social Science Issues. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Harrison, Lyn. (1996). Distant Voices, Still Lives: Young Women, Research and (Em)power(ment). In D Colquhoun & A Kellehear, Health Research in Practice: Personal Experience, Public Issues. London: Chapman and Hall, 71-94.

Hartsock, Nancy C.M. (1987). The Feminist Standpoint: Developing the Ground for a Specifically Feminist Historical Materialism. In Harding, Sandra. (ed.). Feminism and Methodology: Social Science Issues. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Hartsock, Nancy C.M. The Feminist Standpoint Revisited and Other Essays. Westview Press.

Haug, Frigga, and others. (1987). Female Sexualization: A Collective Work of Memory. (trans. Erica Carter). London: Verso.

Haug, Frigga. (1992). Beyond Female Masochism: Memory-Work and Politics. (trans. Rodney Livingstone) London: Verso.

Hawkesworth, Mary E. (1989). Knowers, Knowing, Known: Feminist Theory and Claims of Truth. Signs, 14(3) (And replies by Hekman, Shogan) .

Hekman, Susan J. (1997). Truth and Method: Feminist Standpoint Theory Revisited. Signs, 22(2), Winter.

Hekman, Susan J. (1999). The Future of Differences: Truth and Method in Feminist Theory. Polity Press

Hemmings, C. (2005). Telling feminist stories. Feminist Theory, 6(2): 115-139.

Hesse-Biber, Sharlene Nagy, and Michelle L. Yaiser. (eds.). (2003). Feminist Perspectives on Social Research.
PART I. METHODS, METHODOLOGY, EPISTEMOLOGY.
Feminist Approaches to Research as a Process : Reconceptualizing Epistemology, Methodology and Method, Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber, Patricia Leavy, and Michelle L. Yaiser.
Women’s Perspectives as Radical Critique of Sociology, Dorothy Smith.
Rethinking Standpoint Epistemology: What Is Strong Objectivity?, Sandra Harding.
Tracing the Contours: Feminist Research and Feminist Objectivity, Kum-Kum Bhavnani.
A Feminist Epistemology, Joey Sprague and Diane Kobrynowicz.
PART II. STRATEGIES ON ISSUES OF RACE, CLASS, GENDER, & SEXUALITY.
Difference Matters: Studying Across Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality, Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber and Michelle L. Yaiser.
A Conceptual Framework for Understanding Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality, Lynn Weber.
Rethinking Social Class: Qualitative Perspectives on Class and Gender, Diane Reay.
Parenting in Black and White Families: The Interaction of Gender with Race and Class, Shirley Hill and Joey Sprague.
Can Men Be Subjects of Feminist Thought?, Sandra Harding.
Fieldwork in Lesbian and Gay Communities, Kathleen Weston.
PART III. APPLICATIONS AND METHODS.
How Feminists Practice Social Research, Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber, Denise Leckenby, and Michelle L. Yaiser.
Talking and Listening from Women’s Standpoint: Feminist Strategies for Interviewing and Analysis, Marjorie DeVault.
Gendering Violence: Masculinity and Power in Men’s Accounts of Domestic Violence, Kristin Anderson and Debra Umberson.
Focus Groups: A Feminist Method, Sue Wilkinson.
Vulnerability and Dangerousness: The Construction of Gender through Conversation about Violence, Jocelyn Hollander.
Some Thoughts by an “Unrepentant Positivist” Who Considers Herself a Feminist Nonetheless, Janet Saltzman Chafetz.
The Blacker the Berry: Gender, Skin Tone, Self-Esteem, and Self-Efficacy, Maxine Thompson and Verna Keith.
Inferences Regarding the Personality Traits and Sexual Orientation of Physically Androgynous People, Laura Madson.
The Outsider Phenomenon, Nancy Naples.
The Social Organization of Sexuality and Gender in Alternative Hard Rock: An Analysis of Intersectionality, Mimi Schippers.
What’s So Feminist About Women’s Oral History?, Susan Geiger.
But Sometimes You’re Not Part of the Story: Oral Histories and Ways of Remembering and Telling, Antoinette Errante.

Hesse-Biber, Sharlene Nagy, and Michelle L. Yaiser. (eds.). (2003). Feminist Perspectives on Social Research.
PART I. METHODS, METHODOLOGY, EPISTEMOLOGY.
Feminist Approaches to Research as a Process : Reconceptualizing Epistemology, Methodology and Method, Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber, Patricia Leavy, and Michelle L. Yaiser.
Women’s Perspectives as Radical Critique of Sociology, Dorothy Smith.
Rethinking Standpoint Epistemology: What Is Strong Objectivity?, Sandra Harding.
Tracing the Contours: Feminist Research and Feminist Objectivity, Kum-Kum Bhavnani.
A Feminist Epistemology, Joey Sprague and Diane Kobrynowicz.
PART II. STRATEGIES ON ISSUES OF RACE, CLASS, GENDER, & SEXUALITY.
Difference Matters: Studying Across Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality, Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber and Michelle L. Yaiser.
A Conceptual Framework for Understanding Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality, Lynn Weber.
Rethinking Social Class: Qualitative Perspectives on Class and Gender, Diane Reay.
Parenting in Black and White Families: The Interaction of Gender with Race and Class, Shirley Hill and Joey Sprague.
Can Men Be Subjects of Feminist Thought?, Sandra Harding.
Fieldwork in Lesbian and Gay Communities, Kathleen Weston.
PART III. APPLICATIONS AND METHODS.
How Feminists Practice Social Research, Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber, Denise Leckenby, and Michelle L. Yaiser.
Talking and Listening from Women’s Standpoint: Feminist Strategies for Interviewing and Analysis, Marjorie DeVault.
Gendering Violence: Masculinity and Power in Men’s Accounts of Domestic Violence, Kristin Anderson and Debra Umberson.
Focus Groups: A Feminist Method, Sue Wilkinson.
Vulnerability and Dangerousness: The Construction of Gender through Conversation about Violence, Jocelyn Hollander.
Some Thoughts by an “Unrepentant Positivist” Who Considers Herself a Feminist Nonetheless, Janet Saltzman Chafetz.
The Blacker the Berry: Gender, Skin Tone, Self-Esteem, and Self-Efficacy, Maxine Thompson and Verna Keith.
Inferences Regarding the Personality Traits and Sexual Orientation of Physically Androgynous People, Laura Madson.
The Outsider Phenomenon, Nancy Naples.
The Social Organization of Sexuality and Gender in Alternative Hard Rock: An Analysis of Intersectionality, Mimi Schippers.
What’s So Feminist About Women’s Oral History?, Susan Geiger.
But Sometimes You’re Not Part of the Story: Oral Histories and Ways of Remembering and Telling, Antoinette Errante.

Hesse-Biber, Sharlene Nagy, and Patricia Leavy. (eds.). (2003). Approaches to Qualitative Research: A Reader on Theory and Practice.
I. DISTINGUISHING QUALITATIVE RESEARCH.
1. Competing Paradigms in Qualitative Research: Theories and Issues, Egon G. Guba and Yvonna S. Lincoln.
2. Overcoming Dualisms: A Feminist Agenda for Sociological Methodology, Joey Sprague and Mary Zimmerman.
3. How Standpoint Methodology Informs Philosophy of Social Science, Sandra Harding.
4. The Blending of Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Understanding Childbearing among Welfare Recipients, Mark R. Rank.
5. Dimensions of Desire: Bridging Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in a Study of Female Adolescent Sexuality, Deborah L. Tolman and Laura Szalacha.
II. INTERACTION AND POSITIONALITY WITHIN QUALITATIVE RESEARCH.
6. Culture to Culture: Ethnography and Cultural Studies as Critical Intervention, bell hooks.
7. “You Still Takin’ Notes?” Fieldwork and Problems of Informed Consent, Barrie Thorne.
8. Fieldwork in Lesbian and Gay Communities, Kath Weston.
9. Depth Interviewing, William L. Miller and Benjamin F. Crabtree.
10. “White Like Me?” Methods, Meaning, and Manipulation in the Field of White Studies, Charles A. Gallagher.
11. Beginning Where We Are: Feminist Methodology in Oral History, Kathryn Anderson, Susan Armitage, Dana Jack, and Judith Wittner.
12. Understanding Domestic Service through Orla History and the Census: The Case of Grand Falls, Newfoundland, Ingrid Botting.
13. Focus Groups, David L. Morgan.
14. Why Urban Parents Resist Involvement in Their Children’s Elementary Education, Peter McDermott and Julia Rothenberg.
III. UNOBTRUSIVE METHODS, VISUAL RESEARCH, AND CULTURAL STUDIES.
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IV. ANALYSIS, INTERPRETATION, AND THE WRITING OF QUALITATIVE DATA.
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21. The Art and Politics of Interpretation, Norman K. Denzin.
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Coxon, Anthony P.M. (1994). Diaries and sexual behaviour: The use of sexual diaries as Method and substance in researching gay men’s response to HIV/AIDS. Chapter 8 in Boulton, Mary. (ed.). Challenge and Innovation: Methodological Advances in Social Research on HIV/AIDS. London: Taylor & Francis.

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Epstein, Steven. (2006). The New Attack on Sexuality Research: Morality and the Politics of Knowledge Production. Sexuality Research and Social Policy, 3(1), March.

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Gaither, George A., Martin Sellbom, and Brian P. Meier (2003) The Effect of Stimulus Content on Volunteering for Sexual Interest Research Among College Students. Journal of Sex Research, 40(3), September, pp. 240-248.

Gibbins, John (2004) ‘In the Field and in There’: Some Ethical Dilemmas in Researching Sexualities. In Mark Cowling and Paul Reynolds, (eds.) Making Sense of Sexual Consent. Aldershot, England: Ashgate.

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Harris, Anita (ed.) (2004) All About the Girl: Culture, Power, and Identity. New York & London: Routledge.
Includes;
Colluding in “compulsory heterosexuality”?: doing research with young women at school.
Speaking back: voices of young urban womyn of color using participatory action research to challenge and complicate representations of young women.
Beneath the surface of voice and silence: researching the home front.

Harris, Anita (ed.) (2004) All About the Girl: Culture, Power, and Identity. New York & London: Routledge.
Includes;
Colluding in “compulsory heterosexuality”?: doing research with young women at school.
Speaking back: voices of young urban womyn of color using participatory action research to challenge and complicate representations of young women.
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