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Session
How to Undertake Ideologically Contentious Research: Leaning on Reflexivity and Positionality to Address Uncomfortable Disjunctures in Information Research [SDGs 4, 12]
Time:
Wednesday, 28/Oct/2020:
4:00pm - 4:40pm


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ID: 274 / [Single Presentation of ID 274]: 1
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40 minutes
Topics: Research Methods
Keywords: Research methods, positionality, reflexivity, ethics

How to Undertake Ideologically Contentious Research: Leaning on Reflexivity and Positionality to Address Uncomfortable Disjunctures in Information Research [SDGs 4, 12]

Shannon Oltmann1, Sarah Barriage1, Devon Greyson2, Matthew Vaughn3

1University of Kentucky, USA; 2University of Massachusetts, USA; 3Indiana University, USA

In this 40-minute panel, four researchers who study contentious issues will discuss those topics and address how they navigate ideological disagreements with their research participants. Reflexivity and positionality are two analytical tools that are useful in this process of unpacking research. We describe these concepts and position our own research within these spaces.



 
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