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"All that you walk on to get there": New GenderIT.org edition shares feminist reflections on methodology, ethics and access in research
"All that you walk on to get there": New GenderIT.org edition shares feminist reflections on methodology, ethics and access in research 02 September 2019

Research and knowledge has long been based on a hierarchical and fraught dynamic between the researcher and researched, the objective academic and the "subject". Feminist ways of knowing, standpoint theory and participatory methodology are some of the tools that seek to destabilise and upset this equation and produce in its place the possibility of co-creating knowledge and technology together.  This edition of GenderIT.org is a collection of analytical essays and reflexive writings on f...

Feminist Internet Research Domains of Change: Planning and assessment
Feminist Internet Research Domains of Change: Planning and assessment 20 June 2019 This document was compiled and created by Jac sm Kee, with inputs from Tigist S. Hussen, Namita Aavriti, and Katerina Fialova

The Feminist Internet Research Domains of Change diagram created and explored through the FIRN inception meeting is designed to: Provide a framework for research project planning that can identify and prioritise specific fields where impact can be made;  Identify strategies towards that impact by specifying which domain of change the strategy aims to engage with;  Plot pathways for strategies to move between domains of change and field of impact that can be responsive to oppor...

Feminist internet ethical research practices
Feminist internet ethical research practices 20 June 2019

As part of the research hackathon, the WRP team and the peer-advisory committee worked on the first version of the practices document that reflects feminist research practices, politics and values that would be relevant to those in the network, and more broadly in the field of research on internet, feminism and gender. This was then discussed in detail with the research partners in the network....

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