Methodologies, Epistemologies, Ontologies, Ethics
Some examples of my work (published and forthcoming) on methodologies, epistemologies, ontologies, and ethics are listed below.Image “Layers of Patterns”, courtesy of Christine Martell.
- Doucet, A. (under review).“… to produce different knowledge and produce knowledge differently.”: Ecological imaginaries and post qualitative research.
- Doucet, A. (under review) Decolonizing Family Photographs: Ecological Imaginaries and Non-Representational Ethnographies
- Doucet , A. (in press, 2017) Feminist epistemologies and ethics: Situated knowledges, epistemic responsibilities, and ethico-onto-epistemologies. In R. Iphofen and M. Tolich. Handbook of qualitative research ethics. London: Sage.
- Doucet. A. (forthcoming, 2017) Margaret Somers: Ontological narrativity, relational ontologies, and historical sociologies of concept formation in F. Dépelteau (ed.) The Palgrave handbook of relational sociology. London: Macmillan.
- Doucet, A (forthcoming, 2017) “Thinking with Care”: Feminist Epistemologies, Relational Ontologies, and Ecological Imaginaries in F. Dépelteau (ed.) The Palgrave handbook of relational sociology. London: Macmillan
- Doucet, A. and Mauthner, N. (2012) “Knowing responsibly: Ethics, Feminist Epistemologies and Methodologies in M. Mauthner, M. Birch, J. Jessop and T. Miller (eds.), Ethics in Qualitative Research. Second Edition. London: Sage, 123-145.
- Doucet, A and Mauthner, N.S. (2012) “Emotions in/and Knowing” in Hunt, Alan, Walby, Kevin and Dale Spencer (Eds.) Emotions Matter. Toronto: UTP; 161-176
- Mauthner, N.S. and Doucet, A. (2008) “‘Knowledge once divided can be hard to put together again’: an epistemological critique of collaborative and team-based research practices”. Sociology, 42(5): 955-969.
- Doucet, A. (2008) “‘On the Other Side of (her) Gossamer Wall” Reflexive and Relational Knowing,” Qualitative Sociology, 31: 73-87.
- Doucet, A. and Mauthner, N.S. (2008) “What can be Known and How? Narrated Subjects and the Listening Guide”. Qualitative Research, 8 (3): 399-409.
- Doucet A. and Mauthner, N. S. (2007) “Feminist approaches to Qualitative Interviews” in P. Alasuutari, J. Brannen and L. Bickman (Eds.) Handbook of Social Research Methods. London: Sage; pp. 327-342.
- Mauthner, N. S. and Doucet, A. (2007) “Reflexive accounts and accounts of reflexivity in qualitative data analysis” in A. E. Bryman (ed.) Qualitative Research 2. Benchmark in Social Research Methods. London: Sage.
- Doucet, A. and Mauthner N. (2006) “Feminist Methodologies and Epistemologies” in C. D. Bryant and D. L. Peck (Eds.) Handbook of 21st Century Sociology (26-32). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage
- Mauthner, N. and Doucet, A. (2003) “Reflexive Accounts and Accounts of Reflexivity in Qualitative Data Analysis”, Sociology 37(3); pp. 413-431.
- Mauthner , N.S. and Doucet, A. (1998) “Reflections on a Voice-Centred Relational Method of Data Analysis: Analysing Maternal and Domestic Voices” in Jane Ribbens and Rosalind Edwards (eds.), Feminist Dilemmas in Qualitative Research: Private Lives and Public Texts. London: Sage; pp. 119-144.
- Doucet, A. (1998) Interpreting Mother-Work: Linking Ontology, Theory, Methodology and Personal Biography Canadian Woman Studies (18), pp. 52-58.
- Doucet, A. (1996) “Encouraging Voices: Towards More Creative Methods for Collecting Data on Gender and Household Labour”, in Lydia Morris and Stina Lyon (eds.) Gender Relations in the Public and the Private. London: Macmillan; pp. 156-173.