Indigenous Research and Romantic Nationalism
AbstractIn recent years, “indigenous research” and “indigenous methods” have become prominent themes in the general field of qualitative methodology. These ideas and their implications raise serious questions for the wider conduct of social research. We will outline some of those ideas, subjecting them to scrutiny, and ultimately using them to question the rise of Romanticism in contemporary social methodology. We develop these ideas to question the contemporary emphasis on the personal and the experiential in current methodological commentary. View Full-Text
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Atkinson, P.; Ryen, A. Indigenous Research and Romantic Nationalism. Societies 2016, 6, 34.
Atkinson P, Ryen A. Indigenous Research and Romantic Nationalism. Societies. 2016; 6(4):34.Chicago/Turabian Style
Atkinson, Paul; Ryen, Anne. 2016. "Indigenous Research and Romantic Nationalism." Societies 6, no. 4: 34.
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