Words on a topic related to qualitative research (Feminist Methodologies).

Should be base on compulsory reading, Which is;



Harding, S. (1987)  Introduction. Is there a feminist method? In Harding, S.G. (1987). Feminism and methodology : social science issues. Bloomington, Indiana University Press. Pp.1-15



HesseBiber, Leavy P. and Yaiser, P.(2004)  Feminists Approaches to research as a Process. Reconceptualizing Epistemology, Methodology, and Method in: Hesse-Biber,Leavy P. (eds) Feminist Perspectives on Social Research. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp.3-27



HesseBiber S.N. and Leckenby. (2004)  How Feminists Practice Social Research in: Hesse-Biber,Leavy P. (eds) Feminist Perspectives on Social Research. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp.209-227



Sprague, J., Feminist Methodologies for Critical Research : Bridging Differences, Altamira 2005



Bechhofer, f., Principles of Research Design in the Social Sciences, Routledge 2000



Abu-Lughod,Lila (1990)  Can there be a Feminist Ethnography? Women and Performance: A Journal of Feminist Theory 5(1): 7-27.



Buitelaar,M. (2006)   I am the ultimate challenge  Accounts of Intersectiuonality in the Life-Story of a well-Known Daughter of Moroccan Migrants Workers in the Netherlands in European Journal of Women s Studies, Vol. 13(3):259-276.



But also consult literature beyond the readings in this outline to back up their line of argument.



Footnote It is not enough simply to refer vaguely to the correct authority. Your references must be clear, concise and consistent. You must use the Harvard References System.





A bibliography must appear at the end of the thesis. A bibliography is an alphabetical by author list of all the materials you have used in your research and referred to or quoted from in the text of your thesis. Double check that all the references in your footnotes are included in your bibliography.