AoIR2016: Bending

This was a fascinating session run by The Fourchettes collective, with a focus on un-block-boxing, thinking about it through axes of power, and by recognising spaces of invisibility (and the importance of preparing them). It was facilitated by Alison Harvey (University of Leicester, United Kingdom), Mary Elizabeth Luka (York University, Canada), Jessalynn Keller (University of … Continue reading AoIR2016: Bending

Research ethics/research subjects

Over the last few days I've stumbled across a few different texts that relate to research ethics and the ways in which we treat the subjects of research... I. The first, Jennifer Earl's (2000) 'Methods, movements and outcomes', advocates a more rigorous approach to the study of social movement outcomes. Earl outlines some of the … Continue reading Research ethics/research subjects