In Chapter seven we offered you a theoretically informed approach to research design and in Chapter eight we unpacked the issues associated with selecting populations, cases, and samples for empirical research. In this chapter on methods for data collection we offer you a theoretically informed approach to using research methods and to making them feminist methods. Whereas in Chapters seven and eight we discussed the kinds of reflection that inform your choices about the architecture of your research design, in this chapter we discuss the method choices that you make and the ways you make them.
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