This special issue of Frontiers in Research Metrics explores feminist methodologies within research on violence, displacement, and power. The editors are seeking contributions of original research, reflection articles, and case studies, with the central theme of using feminist methodologies to explore issues of violence, displacement, and/or power.
– Multiplicity of methods: Descriptions or examples of the methods used within a feminist approach, their strengths and limitations, and interactions with other methodologies (i.e. ethnography, participatory, grounded theory).
– Giving voice: As communications rapidly evolve, how has that affected the ways that research can give voice to women and girls’ experiences? In what ways has this challenged or opened up space for new voices?
– Reflexivity and participation: Narratives that describe lived experience as ‘researchers’ or ‘researched’.
– Social action: The tension that can exist between activism and research, and seeking legitimacy within either of these.
Abstract deadline: Wednesday 1 March 2023
Find more information on the special issue and abstract submission details here.