There is a broad range of methodological considerations as we generate and collect data that are not normally method-specific. These considerations often occur to us just as we are generating our data. In this chapter we review the practical issues surrounding data collection while we document our work, work away from home (or in the “field”), and collaborate on research teams. We offer tools for addressing these practical issues. Crucially, we offer the tools of a feminist research ethic for adapting your methods of data collection and generation so that they can respond to the dimensions of epistemological power, boundaries, and our relationships with subject-participants, research team members, and others.
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