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|Title:||Feminist memory work in action: Method and practicalities|
|Citation:||Qualitative Social Work, 2015; 14(3):321-337|
|Heather Fraser, Dee Michell|
|Abstract:||This is a report on how (pro)feminist social workers might use the qualitative research methodology, memory work. The first section acknowledges the pioneering work of Frigga Haug in the conception and use of memory work and considers the underlying assumptions of the methodology and prescribed uses of the method. In the second section, we use a recent memory-work project conducted with women social science students/graduates, who come from low-socio-economic backgrounds, to illustrate memory-work processes in action. Here, we emphasise the potential benefits of using the method, which include its ability to inspire trust and solidarity in a group setting and connect the personal with the political.|
|Keywords:||Memories; feminist memory work; ethics; politics and practicalities|
|Description:||Published online before print June 16, 2014|
|Rights:||© The Author(s) 2014|
|Appears in Collections:||Gender Studies and Social Analysis publications|
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