Newkirk: “Seduction and Betrayal in Qualitative Research”

Newkirk opens the article with a quotation from Don Quixote, framing a parallel between restraining the voices of subjects and denying a character “access to his own characterization” (15). The “ethics of bad news” embodies the practice of conducting research that could potentially reveal negativity in the subjects involved, an ethical confrontation between the teacher/researcher… Continue Reading Newkirk: “Seduction and Betrayal in Qualitative Research”

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