Identity, power, and positionality play crucial roles in designing and implementing research critically and ethically across marginalized cultures and communities. Through four unique case studies, this book highlights the dilemmas faced by researchers in the field of education, demonstrating how they grapple with the ethics of research and with their role in the process.
Re-searching Margins: Ethics, Social Justice and Education attends to research in four specific marginalized communities, whilst also engaging in a wider dialogue about the complex theories, methodologies and practices of ethical research in communities of difference. This book examines ethical research with cultures and communities as an exchange in which both the researcher and the researched bring complex contextual and biographical factors shaped by their histories, identities, and experiences.
Drawing on the lives and research of four renowned scholars, this book will be of interest to researchers and policy makers in education who seek to engage ethically and justly with marginalized communities.
1. Re-searching Margins: An Introduction 2. Select Literature: Re-view|Re-new 3. Research Narrative 1: Islam, Muslim communities, sexuality education and schooling: A delicate balancing act 4. Research Narrative 2: A Story/ing of Ethics: Navigating Connection, Obligation and Mess as Re-invention 5. Research Narrative 3: A feminist approach to research ethics: How does a white, atheist, feminist engage in research with Muslim women? 6 Research Narrative 4: Ethical research in Disability studies in education 7. Working towards ethical research: A Discussion 8. Conclusion: Where to from here?