Integrated approach to research: Towards transformation of social (gender) injustices

A Transformative Methodologies post on ISS blog BlISS
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Cynthia Embido Bejeno argues that an integrated approach to research brings forth the integration of economic (distribution), cultural (recognition) and political (representation) dimensions in knowledge production.

In this post on ISS blog BlISS, recent PhD graduate and guest researcher, Cynthia Embido Bejono argues that employing an integrated approach to research, by equally highlighting status order (such as gender relations, by utilizing a gender lens), challenges the focus only on class or political-economic dimensions of research concerns.

Hence, an integrated approach to research brings forth the integration of economic (distribution), cultural (recognition), and political (representation) dimensions in knowledge production, thereby challenging the conventional methodological approaches, and elucidating the neglect and invisibility of an equally important research dimension, such as gender relations.

Read the full post on ISS blog BlISS - Integrated approach to research: Towards transformation of social (gender) injustices: A case of understanding gender-land injustice. 19 March 2022

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