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Connecting Theory and Method in Critical Approaches to Research with ‘Vulnerable’ Groups

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Putting It into Practice: Connecting Theory and Method in Critical Approaches to Research with “Vulnerable” Groups

In this session we explore how we can translate critical approaches to “vulnerability” into methodological training and research practice. We will consider how to balance pragmatic research needs with epistemological goals in research with “vulnerable” groups.

Readings:

Campbell et al., 2009. Training interviewers for research on sexual violence: A qualitative study of rape survivors’ recommendations for interview practice. Violence against women, 15(5), pp.595-617. Bottoms, A., 2013. Morality, crime, compliance and public policy. In Ideology, crime and criminal justice (pp. 44-76). Willan.

Open to all. No registration required. An event organised by Critical Approches to ‘Vulnerability’ in Empirical Research (CAVER) Network. Administrative assistance: networks@crassh.cam.ac.uk

This talk is part of the Critical Approaches to ‘Vulnerability’ in Empirical Research (CAVER) [2019-20] series.

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