Global Shifts in Qualitative Inquiry: New Directions, New Challenges

Norman K Denzin (Editor), Michael Giardina (Editor)

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Positioned within and against our changing pandemic conditions, Global Shifts in Qualitative Inquiry highlights multidirectional pathways between and across moments, formations, and interpretive communities within qualitative research.

Contributors focus on a range of prevailing and emerging approaches that are held together by a commitment to a critical, performative, social justice inquiry—to method as praxis, method as a tool for social change, method to effect change in the world by creating texts that move persons to action, that move from personal troubles to public institutions. These include art as research, story as research, collage as method, performance, posthumanism, Indigenous methods, and the use of absurdity to counter oppression.

Global Shifts in Qualitative Inquiry will resonate with faculty and students alike who are interested in forging new directions for qualitative inquiry in our ever-evolving pandemic times.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Number of pages124
ISBN (Electronic)9781003366072
ISBN (Print)9781032431888, 9781032431895
StatePublished - May 30 2023

Publication series

NameInternational Congress of Qualitative Inquiry Series


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