Critical Qualitative Methodologies Reconceptualizations and Emergent Construction
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Original versionDenzin, Lincoln, MacLure, Otterstad AM, Torrance, Cannella, Koro-Ljungberg M, McTier. Critical Qualitative Methodologies Reconceptualizations and Emergent Construction . International review of Qualitative Research. 2017;10(4):482-498 http://dx.doi.org/10.1525/irqr.2017.10.4.482
Critical qualitative scholarship offers humble grounds and many unforeseen possibilities to seek and promote justice, critical global engagement, and diverse epistemologies. This dialogical and interactive paper is based on a panel session at the International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry that highlighted diverse areas of critical qualitative inquiry, namely justice, difference, ethics, and equity. Authors in this paper share their critical qualitative research practices and provide examples of how justice can be addressed through research foci, methods, theories, and ethical practices.