Peripheral Methodologies: Unlearning Not-knowing and Ethnographic Limits

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Peripheral Methodologies: Unlearning Not-knowing and Ethnographic Limits
Authors: Francisco Martínez
Year: 2021
Publisher: Routledge
Language: English
ISBN 13: 9781350173071
ISBN 10: 135017307X
Categories: Computers, Hardware
Pages: 320 / 319
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Peripheral Methodologies: Unlearning, Not-knowing and Ethnographic Limits Francisco Martínez, Lili Di Puppo, Martin Demant Frederiksen
How does peripherality challenge methodology and theory-making? This book examines how the peripheral can be incorporated into ethnographic research, and reflects on what it means to be on the periphery – ontologically and epistemologically. Starting from the premise that clarity and fixity as ideals of modernity prevent us from approaching that which cannot be easily captured and framed into scientific boundaries, the book argues for remaining on the boundary between the known and the in order to surpass this ethnographic limit. Peripheral Methodologies shows that peripherality is not only to be seen as a marginal condition, but rather as a form of theory-making and practice that incorporates reflexivity and experimentation. Instead of domesticating the peripheral, the authors engage in (and insist on) practicing expertise in reverse, unlearning their tools in order to integrate the empirical and analytical otherwise. Categories:
Computers – Hardware
Year:
2021
Publisher:
Routledge
Language:
english
Pages:
198
ISBN 10:
135017307X
ISBN 13:
9781350173071
Series:
Anthropological Studies of Creativity and Perception
File:
169 MB

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Peripheral Methodologies: Unlearning Not-knowing and Ethnographic Limits
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