Research across borders : an introduction to interdisciplinary, cross-cultural methodology / Christina Clark-Kazak.

"In order to understand positionality as it relates to research, it is important to learn how to identify and reflect on how knowledge is produced and reproduced. Research across Borders introduces key concepts and methods to understand and critically analyze research in academic books and jour...

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Main Author: Clark-Kazak, Christina R., 1975- (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published:Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, [2023]
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Summary:"In order to understand positionality as it relates to research, it is important to learn how to identify and reflect on how knowledge is produced and reproduced. Research across Borders introduces key concepts and methods to understand and critically analyze research in academic books and journals, as well as in media, government reports, and anywhere else information is found. This book addresses the opportunities and challenges of undertaking research in international, cross-border, and cross-cultural contexts. Specifically designed for students studying interdisciplinary or international programs on topics such as human rights, conflict studies, international relations, global development, and migration, Research across Borders provides the methodological, ethical, and epistemological foundations for understanding research across different disciplines. Whether students are gathering information from secondary sources or conducting primary research, Research across Borders aims to help readers become better researchers."-- Provided by publisher.
Physical Description:xii, 299 pages : illustrations, map ; 23 cm
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN:9781487524371
1487524374
9781487506476
1487506473
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