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Demarginalizing Voices

Commitment, Emotion, and Action in Qualitative Research

Numerous books explore the "how to" of qualitative research, but few discuss what it means to actually engage in it. In Demarginalizing Voices, scholars share personal stories about their research with marginalized populations, including Aboriginal peoples, sex workers, the dead and the dying, the imprisoned or recently released, and the homeless and hospitalized. They address issues of activism, emotional attachment, and the challenges of adopting innovative methods within the constraints of ethics review boards. These powerful accounts from the cutting-edge of qualitative research not only create a space in academia that centres marginalized voices, they open up the field to new debates and discussion.

About the Authors

Jennifer M. Kilty is an associate professor in the department of criminology and the social science of health at the University of Ottawa. Maritza Felices-Luna is an associate professor in the department of criminology at the University of Ottawa. Sheryl C. Fabian is a senior lecturer in the school of criminology at Simon Fraser University. Contributors: Céline Bellot, Chris Bruckert, Dorothy Chunn, Colleen Anne Dell, Catherine Fillmore, Sylvie Frigon, Stacey Hannem, Dave Holmes, Jean Daniel Jacob, John Lowman, Robert Menzies, Melissa Munn, Russell D. Ogden, Ted Palys, Amélie Perron, Laura Shantz, Bernard St.-Jacques, Marie-ve Sylvestre, and Will C. van den Hoonaard
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