By Mark Vicars, Tarquam McKenna, Julie White
This edited assortment is an eclectic and provocative quantity taken from displays that mirror the scholarship of the inaugural AQR/ DPR Down lower than convention that used to be held in Cairns in 2011 in Australia. This was once a ground-breaking convention that introduced jointly students, researchers and practitioners from throughout Australia, united kingdom, Japan, Italy, Finland, New Zealand, Luxembourg, South Africa, Vietnam, Malaysia, Tanzania and Mexico. The subject matter of the convention represented on the convention and during this quantity was once that of: Politicizing Qualitative examine. Delegates provided papers that sought to problem study practices that too frequently can delegitimize alternative routes of realizing. Confronting, disrupting and resisting the epistemological 'common feel' method of doing examine in the academy could be a dicy company and is usually a fraught and contested pastime. even if, because the papers during this quantity illustrate, contestation offers possibilities for re-perceiving, re-interpreting, and productively disrupting the orthodoxies of disciplinarity.
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Our problem here is the road; it is too far to reach the clinic. At the time all the family and I were here to take care of my wife. My mother helped my wife to give birth, I just hugged my wife. She was bleeding too much like water fills a bucket. This story disrupts the notion of an uninformed woman who neglects to attend any health care facility. This woman in a pre-sentient way knew she was not going to be strong enough during the birth and desired to go to a health facility. However, a train of mistakes and circumstances led to her death by postpartum haemorrhage, the most common cause of maternal death today.
Were we traumatised? We do not think so and we debriefed our research associates to ensure they were safe. Were the families re-traumatised? Possibly some were, although many, as stated, felt it was their fate and not their actions which had caused the deaths. We offered follow-up visits to all families to further discuss any arising issues. We invited village leaders to meet us some months later to hear our findings and seek village level solutions; none told us any problems with the families.
Discourse, Power, and Resistance Down Under by Mark Vicars, Tarquam McKenna, Julie White
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