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PSCI2701B - Class 12 - Dec 3 2013.docx

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Carleton University
Political Science
PSCI 2701
Simon Langlois- Bertrand

PSCI2701BClass 12Dec 3 2013Lecture slides from previous classFeminist researchFramework she uses is the discussion on methodologyMethodsoWaystools that we use to gather evidenceDoesnt make much sense to have feminists methods just toolsMethodologyoTheory and analysis of how research should proceedSteps approaches we should take etc Many feminist researchers argue that traditional research methodology makes it difficult for us to understand how women have been involved in processesEpistemologyoWhat counts as knowledge who can be a knower is it subjectiveConclusion is usually in many societies the role of women in research has thbeen downplayed or problematic for a long part of the 20 centuryDiscussion on methods doesnt matter for Harding discussion of contribution only matters for methodology and epistemologyFeminist empiricism add womenBad scienceresearchers not considering all aspects of the researchFeminist empiricism development policy exampleCreation of all the big development agencies at the end of WWIIoNotion that richer countries should help poorer countries accelerate their development via policy aid programs building infrastructure etc
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