Qualitative research as partial connection: bypassing the power-knowledge nexus

@article{Jensen2005QualitativeRA,
  title={Qualitative research as partial connection: bypassing the power-knowledge nexus},
  author={C. Jensen and P. Lauritsen},
  journal={Qualitative Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={5},
  pages={59 - 77}
}
Qualitative research and methods are often imagined as relating to a problematic, which we here term the power-knowledge nexus. We argue that the dichotomy between power and knowledge, instantiated, for example, by recent postmodern contributions to the field, is theoretically and empirically problematic and suggest that they are organized around a ‘bad problem’ (Deleuze, 1991). This characterization points us towards an exploration of theoretical and practical consequences entailed by the… Expand
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