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
Published:Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, [2023]
Table of Contents:
  • Why research across borders?
  • How is knowledge disciplined? The opportunities and challenges of research across disciplines and epistemologies
  • Ethics, power, and positionality
  • Designing a research project across borders
  • Measurement across borders
  • Case studies in global context
  • Sampling, access, and representation across borders
  • Interviewing across borders
  • Ethnographic approaches across borders : observation, participant observation, netnography, and "hanging out"
  • Participatory research in international, cross-cultural contexts
  • Analysing text and images in cross-border research
  • Presenting research findings across borders : reach, responsibility, and representation