Black feminism in qualitative inquiry : a mosaic for writing our daughter's body
- Venus E. Evans-Winters.
- Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2019.
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- x, 146 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
- Futures of data analysis in qualitative research
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- Evans-Winters, Venus E. author.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 141-142) and index.
- Fieldnote 1. A Mosaic of Black Feminism
- Fieldnote 2. Witnesses to the Covenant
- Fieldnote 3. Decolonizing the Mind
- Fieldnote 4. Tellin' Stories: Black Women's Thumbprints
- Fieldnote 5. (De)Commodification of the Black Girl Narrative
- Fieldnote 6. Voice in Re/Presentation
- Fieldnote 7. Writing My Daughter's Body
- Fieldnote 8. Unveiling the Mask
- Fieldnote 9. An Inconvenient Truth
- Fieldnote 10. Text Message: A Call and Response
- Fieldnote 11. Daughtering: Decoding the Covenant.
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- Publisher's summary
Recently, Black women have taken the world stage in national politics, popular culture, professional sports, and bringing attention to racial injustice in policing and the judicial system. However, rarely are Black women acknowledged and highlighted for their efforts to understand the social problems confronting our generation and those generations that came before us. In the post-civil rights era, research faculty and theoreticians must acknowledge the marginalization of Black women scholars' voices in contemporary qualitative scholarship and debates. Black Feminism in Qualitative Inquiry: A Mosaic for Writing our Daughter's Body engages qualitative inquiry to center the issues and concerns of Black women as researcher(s) and the researched while simultaneously questioning the ostensible innocence of qualitative inquiry, including methods of data collection, processes of data analysis, and representations of human experiences and identities. The text centers "daughtering" as the onto-epistemological tool for approaches to Black feminist and critical race data analysis in qualitative inquiry. Advanced and novice researchers interested in decolonizing methodologies and liberatory tools of analysis will find the text useful for cultural, education, political, and racial critiques that center the intersectional identities and interpretations of Black women and girls and other people of color. Daughtering as a tool of analysis in Black feminist qualitative inquiry is our own cultural and spiritual way of being, doing, and performing decolonizing work.
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