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Feminist Geography in Practice: Research and Methods

Pamela Moss (Editor)
ISBN: 978-0-631-22020-6
288 pages
February 2002, Wiley-Blackwell
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This is the first feminist geography text devoted to methodology and provides a basic framework for students wishing to undertake gendered work in the discipline
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Acknowledgements.

List of Figures and Tables.

List of Contributors.

Part I: Taking on Feminist Research.

Part II: Thinking about Feminist Research.

Part III: Doing Feminist Research.

References.

Index.
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Pamela Moss is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Human and Social Development at the University of Victoria, British Columbia where she teaches in Studies in Policy and Practice, a critical, interdisciplinary graduate program for community workers interested in social and political change. Her previous publications include Placing Autobiography in Geography (2001).
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  • The first methodology text for feminist geography

  • Provides a wide range of suggestions for practising feminist geography

  • Reviews feminist methodological work to date

  • Pedagogical material has been developed with students in the classroom

  • International contributors from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Switzerland, the UK and USA
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"Feminist Geography in Practice offers a fast-paced field guide to feminist research in Geography…. One of the key contributions of this book is that it develops and demonstrates the understanding that feminist research always takes place at the intersection of the personal, the political, and the academic…. This is a timely textbook that represents the maturing of a field. It will be invaluable for courses in research methodology and in feminist geography, and it should be mandatory reading for students and practitioners who are undertaking – or want to undertake – research that is explicitly feminist." – Professor Joni Seager, The University of Vermont
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