Epistemologies and Methodologies for Gendered Research
Key DEV Contact: Cecile Jackson
Work in this area has highlighted the importance of constructivist approaches to understandings of gender, of locating women's agency and voice within particular structural contexts, and of unpacking the complexities underlying processes of meaning-making. In this exploration, the use of multiple and mixed methods are inevitable, moving beyond disciplinary boundaries.
Jackson, C. J. (2002) Disciplining gender? World Development. 30, 3, p. 497-509, 13 p.
Jackson, C. (2005) Silence and speech: a troublesome binary for gender analysis of development
Jackson, C. J. (2006) Feminism Spoken Here: epistemologies for interdisciplinary development research,Development And Change. 37, 3, p. 525-547, 23 p.
Jackson, C. (2008) Feminism spoken here: epistemologies for interdisciplinary development research The Contested Commons: Conversations between Economists and Anthropologists. Bardhan, N. & Ray, I. (eds.). UK: Wiley-Blackwell
Jackson, C. (2012) Beyond testimony: speech, gender and power, Development And Change. 43, 5, p. 999-1023, 25 p.