Memory-Workers Doing Memory-Work on Memory-Work: Exploring Unresolved Power

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Show simple item record Mitchell, Patricia. Rocco, Sharn. Gannon, Susanne. Onyx, Jenny. McCormack, Coralie. Koutroulis, Glenda. Ingleton, Christine. O'Regan, Kerry. Small, Jennie. Cadman, Kate. Friend, Lorraine. 2007-08-06T01:31:20Z 2012-12-15T02:48:51Z 2007-08-06T01:31:20Z 2012-12-15T02:48:51Z 2007-08-06T01:31:20Z
dc.description.abstract The use of memory-work as a qualitative method in feminist social research is well established in Australia and New Zealand. Memory-work, though, still brings with it many theoretical and methodological dilemmas and issues. To open some of these issues to collective discussion, a group of experienced feminist researchers used the process of memory-work to explore specific experiences of working with memory-work groups. Our exploration suggested that using memory-work within the dominant positivist discourses and patriarchal structures of academia could, at times, leave feminist researchers feeling powerless. Through this collective we expressed concern about method and methodological process in ways which had not been articulated through our earlier memory-work projects. en
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dc.subject memory-work en
dc.subject feminist en
dc.subject memory en
dc.title Memory-Workers Doing Memory-Work on Memory-Work: Exploring Unresolved Power en
dc.type Article en
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