Decolonizing Methodologies in Qualitative Research: Creating Spaces for Transformative Praxis

@article{Thambinathan2021DecolonizingMI,
  title={Decolonizing Methodologies in Qualitative Research: Creating Spaces for Transformative Praxis},
  author={Vivetha Thambinathan and Elizabeth Anne Kinsella},
  journal={International Journal of Qualitative Methods},
  year={2021},
  volume={20}
}
Though there is no standard model or practice for what decolonizing research methodology looks like, there are ongoing scholarly conversations about theoretical foundations, principal components, and practical applications. However, as qualitative researchers, we think it is important to provide tangible ways to incorporate decolonial learning into our research methodology and overall practice. In this paper, we draw on theories of decolonization and exemplars from the literature to propose… 

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