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Navigating multiple research identities: reflexivity in discourse analytic research

Navigating multiple research identities: reflexivity in discourse analytic research
Navigating multiple research identities: reflexivity in discourse analytic research
Contents
Part I: Introducing Reflexivity Introduction; Chapter 1. The reflexive journey, mapping by multiple routes; Chapter 2. Deconstructing reflexivity;
Part II: Personal Reflexivity Introduction; Chapter 3. Necessary subjectivity: exploiting researcher's motives, passions and prejudices in pursuit of answering the 'true' questions; Chapter 4. Three journeys towards reflexivity; Chapter 5. Navigating multiple research identities: reflexivity in discourse analytic research; Chapter 6. Doing reflexivities? Dilemmas in devloping a critically reflexive position using discourse analysis; Chapter 7. Reflexivity as presence: a journey of self-inquiry;
Part III: Reflexivity Within Relationships Introduction Chapter 8. Through the looking glass: inter-subjectivity and hermeneutic reflection; Chapter 9. Analysing the interviewer: the joint construction of accounts of psychotic experience; Chapter 10. Reflexivity, 'bias' and the in-depth interview: developing shared meanings; Chapter 11. Shifting researcher positions during a group interview study: a reflexive analysis and review;
Part IV: Reflexivity Through Collaboration Introduction Chapter 12. Doing reflexivity: a collaborative, narrative approach; Chapter 13. Shifting identities: the negotiation of meanings between texts and between persons; Chapter 14. Researcher as storyteller and performer: parallels with playback theatre; Chapter 15. Using reflexivity to looses theoretical and organisational knots within participatory action research; Chapter 16. Holding up the mirror to widen the view: multiple subjectivities in the reflexive team;
Epilogue Chapter 17: The next turn: reflexively analysing reflexive research;
health, research
0632064145
66 - 77
Blackwell
Ballinger, C.
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Finlay, Linda
Gough, Brendan
Ballinger, C.
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Finlay, Linda
Gough, Brendan

Ballinger, C. (2003) Navigating multiple research identities: reflexivity in discourse analytic research. In, Finlay, Linda and Gough, Brendan (eds.) Reflexivity: a practical guide for researchers in health and social sciences. UK. Blackwell, 66 - 77.

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Contents
Part I: Introducing Reflexivity Introduction; Chapter 1. The reflexive journey, mapping by multiple routes; Chapter 2. Deconstructing reflexivity;
Part II: Personal Reflexivity Introduction; Chapter 3. Necessary subjectivity: exploiting researcher's motives, passions and prejudices in pursuit of answering the 'true' questions; Chapter 4. Three journeys towards reflexivity; Chapter 5. Navigating multiple research identities: reflexivity in discourse analytic research; Chapter 6. Doing reflexivities? Dilemmas in devloping a critically reflexive position using discourse analysis; Chapter 7. Reflexivity as presence: a journey of self-inquiry;
Part III: Reflexivity Within Relationships Introduction Chapter 8. Through the looking glass: inter-subjectivity and hermeneutic reflection; Chapter 9. Analysing the interviewer: the joint construction of accounts of psychotic experience; Chapter 10. Reflexivity, 'bias' and the in-depth interview: developing shared meanings; Chapter 11. Shifting researcher positions during a group interview study: a reflexive analysis and review;
Part IV: Reflexivity Through Collaboration Introduction Chapter 12. Doing reflexivity: a collaborative, narrative approach; Chapter 13. Shifting identities: the negotiation of meanings between texts and between persons; Chapter 14. Researcher as storyteller and performer: parallels with playback theatre; Chapter 15. Using reflexivity to looses theoretical and organisational knots within participatory action research; Chapter 16. Holding up the mirror to widen the view: multiple subjectivities in the reflexive team;
Epilogue Chapter 17: The next turn: reflexively analysing reflexive research;

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Published date: 2003
Keywords: health, research

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Local EPrints ID: 17797
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/17797
ISBN: 0632064145
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Date deposited: 01 Feb 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 16:37

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Author: C. Ballinger
Editor: Linda Finlay
Editor: Brendan Gough

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