Review: Cornelia Behnke & Michael Meuser (1999). Geschlechterforschung und qualitative Methoden [Gender Research and Qualitative Methods]

Nicola Döring


In less than 100 pages Cornelia BEHNKE and Michael MEUSER explain how gender studies evolved from women's studies and what feminist methodology is all about. They also discuss the interrelation of qualitative research and gender studies. The great potential of qualitative research based on a constructivist gender concept is demonstrated with a group discussion study involving different men only groups. Finally the authors deal with the question of how the researcher's gender affects both data collection and data analysis.
URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0103253


gender; gender studies; women's studies; qualitative research; doing gender; feminist research; feminist methodology; construction of masculinitys

Copyright (c) 2001 Nicola Döring

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