Favourites and others: reflexivity and the shaping of subjectivities and data in qualitative research

@inproceedings{Bott2010FavouritesAO,
  title={Favourites and others: reflexivity and the shaping of subjectivities and data in qualitative research},
  author={Esther Bott},
  year={2010}
}
This article discusses some of the dilemmas still surrounding researcher subjectivity and reflexivity in qualitative research. It explores the example of qualitative research into British migration to Tenerife, which involved ethnographic data collection in two principal employment areas: lap dancing and timeshare sales. It explains the setting and methodology of the research project, exploring the especially thorny ground of researching into a group whose ‘otherness’ on some levels manifests… CONTINUE READING

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