ENQUIRE: Volume One

Issue 1 - Methodologies and Methods: Variations on a Theme

Edited by Nicki Senior and Joe Greener

Research in social science sees the continuous redrawing and redesigning of methodological approaches. For its first issue, ENQUIRE has published papers which actively engage in current methodological debates and reflect on the use of particular research methods.

Erin Sanders, Bernhard Weicht and Magali Peyrefitte

Preface: Ask, find out (v), question, investigation (n): ENQUIRE and enquiry (pp 2-3)
Elizabeth Murphy & Saul Becker
Full article

Building Bridges: Participatory and Emancipatory Methodologies with Indigenous Communities Affected by the Oil Industry (pp 4-22)
María Teresa Martínez Domínguez (Strathclyde University)
Full article

In Defence of Poststructural Ethics in Sociological Praxis: Derrida, Levinas and Nancy (pp 23-31)
Btihaj Ajana (London School of Economics)
Full article

Systematic Reviewing in the Social Sciences: Outcomes and Explanation (pp 32-46)
Liz Victor (University of Nottingham)
Full article

Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Researching the Dynamics of Childhood Poverty (pp 47-60)
Sarah Taylor (University of Oxford)
Full article

Participant and Non-participant Observation in Gambling Environments (pp 61-74)
Jonathan Parke (Centre for the Study of Gambling, University of Salford) & Mark Griffiths (International Gaming Research Unit, Psychology Division, Nottingham Trent University) 
Full article

Measuring Personality Constructs: The Advantages and Disadvantages of Self-Reports, Informant Reports and Behavioural Assessments (pp 75 - 94)
Jennifer Dodorico McDonald (University of Cambridge)
Full article

Issue 2 - Ways of Living: Inequalities, Risks and Choices

Improved Ways of Living or Continuing Exclusion? Experiences of Participation in Belfast's Urban Transformation (pp 95 - 119)
Ruth McAlister (University of Ulster)
Full article

The morality of caring: The discursive construction of informal care (pp 120 - 147)
Bernhard Weicht (University of Nottingham)
Full article

Conceptualising sustainable tourism - ethics, inequalities and colonialism (pp 148 - 170)
Paul Hanna (University of Brighton)
Full article


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