Daredevil Research: Re-creating Analytic Practice gathers together ten research projects that seek to transform thinking about analytic practice and the construction of research knowledge. By experimenting with alternative models of representation unconstrained by the weight of traditional research protocols, the authors create multiple spaces for imagining how to differently identify issues for inquiry, select modes of analysis, and inscribe «data» into transmittable form. At once a production of research knowledge and a conceptual field for meaning-making,
Daredevil Research suggests the possibilities of analytic practice in imaginative, independent space.
New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, Oxford, Wien, 1997, 2006, 2007. XIV, 233 pp., num. ill.
Contents: Janice Jipson/Nicholas Paley: Daredevil Research: Re-creating Analytic Practice: An Introduction – Karen Anijar:
To Go Where No Woman Has Wanted to Go Before: Lost in the Final Frontier – Deb Casey: «Drop-off/Pick-up Panic» – Joan Montgomery
Halford: «Sonic Day» – Gunilla Holm: Teenage Motherhood: Public Posing and Private Thoughts – Donald S. Blumenfeld-Jones/Thomas
E. Barone: Interrupting the Sign: The Aesthetics of Research Texts – Janice Jipson/Nicholas Paley: Curriculum and Its Unconscious
– Chelsea Bailey: A Place from Which to Speak: Stories of Memory, Crisis and Struggle from the Preschool Classroom – Janice
Jipson/Bruce Wilson: That dialogue at Night – Nicholas Paley: Neither Literal nor Conceptual – Janice Jipson/Petra Munro:
Deconstructing Wo/Mentoring: Diving into the Abyss – Janice Jipson/Nicholas Paley: Method: Who Am I?