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Decolonizing interpretive research : a subaltern methodology for social change

Author: Antonia Darder
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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To what extent do Western political and economic interests distort perceptions and affect the Western production of research about the other? The concept of 'colonializing epistemologies' describes how knowledges outside the Western purview are often not only rendered invisible but either absorbed or destroyed. Decolonizing Interpretive Research outlines a form of oppositional study that undertakes a critical  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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(OCoLC)1083689953
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Antonia Darder
ISBN: 9781351045070 1351045075 9781351045056 1351045059 9781351045063 1351045067 9781351045049 1351045040
OCLC Number: 1103440291
Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 135 pages)
Contents: Decolonizing interpretive research / Antonia Darder --
Centering the subaltern voice / Kortney Hernandez --
Naming the politics of coloniality / Emily Bautista --
Demythologizing hegemonic beliefs / Kenzo Bergeron --
Epistemological disruptions / Bibinaz Pirayesh --
Emancipatory re-readingsterrelle / Billy Sales --
Afterword / João Paraskeva.
Responsibility: edited by Antonia Darder.

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To what extent do Western political and economic interests distort perceptions and affect the Western production of research about the other? The concept of 'colonializing epistemologies' describes how knowledges outside the Western purview are often not only rendered invisible but either absorbed or destroyed. Decolonizing Interpretive Research outlines a form of oppositional study that undertakes a critical analysis of bodies of knowledge in any field that engages with issues related to the lives and survival of those deemed as other. It focuses on creating intellectual spaces that will facilitate new readings of the world and lead toward change, both in theory and practice. The book begins by conceptualizing the various aspects of the decolonizing interpretive research approach for the reader, and the following six chapters each focus on one of these issues, grounded in a specific decolonizing interpretive study. With a foreword by Linda Tuhiwai Smith, this book will allow readers to not only engage with the conceptual framework of this decolonizing methodology but will also give them access to examples of how the methodology has informed decolonizing interpretive studies in practice.

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Amongst the long-needed intersection between education and decolonization, this book offers that rare mix of theory intertwined with action. Darder makes clear that to decolonize can happen in myriad Read more...

 
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