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Invited lecture to Dr. Lisa Watrous' Qualitative methods course. 10.11.13
Invited lecture to Dr. Lisa Watrous' Qualitative methods course. 10.11.13

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Mariana Grohowski | @maregrohowski

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Theoretical framework Project details
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Key terms Research questions Approved methods Methodologies Complications & limitations


Closing remarks

Impetus for project part 1 | theoretical framework
Feminist standpoint theory makes three principal claims: 1.  Knowledge is socially situated. 2.  Marginalized groups are socially situated in invaluable ways; their awareness fosters the potential for more critical perspectives. 3.  Research, particularly that focused on power relations, should begin with the lives of the marginalized.
(Harding, 1987, 1991; Naples, 2003; Cockburn, 2007).

The goal of standpoint is to subvert established norms in an effort to construct systems based on social justice. 

Impetus for project

part 2

| my father

My father served in the 25th infantry division (tropic thunder, US Army) during the Vietnam war (April 1971 – Feb 1972). This picture was taken shortly after he was discharged.

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Research questions & methods
Research questions What are some of the literate practices of current and former female military-service personnel? Specifically, what are the modes and content of those literate practices? What are the impetuses for these women’s literate practices? Specifically, does the exigency to compose for a particular rhetorical situation influence the modes and content of their literate practices?
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HSRB Approved methods




2 Case studies 10 Interviews, female military-service personnel 10 Interviews, male military-service personnel 10 Interviews BGSU student vets 2 mixed methods surveys

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Key terms
Transparency   Triangulation   Universal Design for Learning

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[mostly] Feminist methodologies
Feminist methodologies forward material feminist analyses of discourse in order to elucidate how power operates during research processes and narrative accounts. (paraphrased from Naples 2003).
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“Rights of co-interpretation” (Newkirk, 1996) Transparency (Cockburn, 2007) Self-reflection (Cockburn, 2007)   Positionality: identity (as ascribed) & the self (as experienced) in relation to others (p. 7).   Intersectionality: “how positionalities cross-cut one another” (p. 8). Reciprocity & collaboration (Cushman 2010, Selfe & Hawisher, 2012). In vivo coding (Sadaña 2013)

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Engaging feminisms (methodologies & epistemologies)
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messiness, bias, risk of essentialism, politics, constraints of qualitative methods
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methods research methods of triangulation
Secondary research   (memoirs, auto- & biographies, academic sources, art, poetry, fiction)   “social relation” (Kelly-Gagol, 1987)

mgrohow@bgsu.edu | @maregrohowski

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