Notes on ‘Invading ethnography: A queer of color reflexive practice’

Source: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/1466138117741502

There is a somewhat naive approach towards research within a lot of mainstream HCI/user centred design practice. Whether rooted in gatekeeping or rigour, there can be a bias towards the ‘harder’ aspects – the more theoretically grounded, the more analytical methods applied. However, what sometimes happens is an avoidance or simply an unknowing about the problematics within the methods we often look up to. This is just one of the reasons critical perspectives in sociological sciences are so important to keep up with and why I was particularly intrigued by this paper, shared by Dr Adjepong. It’s freely accessible and would of course recommend you read it!

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“The field of utopian possibility is one in which multiple forms of belonging in difference adhere to a belonging in collectivity”: reading Jose Esteban Munoz

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