Feminist research in practice / edited by Maura Kelly, Portland State University, Barbara Gurr, University of Connecticut
- Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, 
- Physical Description:
- iv, 170 pages ; 24 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Kelly, Maura, 1980- and Gurr, Barbara, 1970-
- Putting Feminist Research into Practice / Maura Kelly -- Overview of Sociological Research / Maura Kelly -- Shared Parenting When Mommy and Momma Break Up / Katie Acosta -- Deep Reflexivity in Conducting Sexuality and Family Research / Katie Acosta -- Who Are Feminists in the United States Today, and What Do They Believe about Social Inequality? Challenging Stereotypes with Quantitative Research / Catherine Harnois -- An Intersectional Feminist Approach to Quantitative Research / Catherine Harnois -- Interdependence, Social Inclusion, Poverty, and Family Policy: A Community-Based Exploration / Emily Kane -- Getting to Know People with Experiences and Knowledge Far beyond My Own: Feminism, Public Sociology, and Community-Based Research / Emily Kane -- Maxine Feldman: The Outcast at the Center of the Music / Jo Reger -- What's So Feminist about Archival Research? / Jo Reger -- Does Science Do More Harm Than Good? A Mixed-Methods Analysis of African American Women's Attitudes toward Science / Maura Kelly, Gordon Gauchat, Katie Acosta, Elizabeth Withers, and Joyce McNair -- Doing Intersectional Mixed-Methods Feminist Research / Maura Kelly and Joyce McNair -- Not Your Indian: The meanings of Indigenous Identity at Standing Rock / Barbara Gurr -- This Is Hard: Researching and Writing Outside the Lines / Barbara Gurr.
- "Feminist Research in Practice is a supplementary text in sociology for undergraduate and graduate courses in feminist research methods, sociology research methods and women in sociology"--
- 9781538123911 hardcover
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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