Feminist research methodologies, Humanities

Feminist Research Methodologies-Feminist research is research that is performed by women who consider as feminists, and that has an exact reasons for knowing (a 'why'), specific kinds of questions, matters and topics to be considered about (a 'what'), and an identifiable technique of understanding (a 'how'), that distinctly draw on women's experience of living in a world in which women are subordinate to men.

 Feminist research method ?

 Principles of Feminist Research ?

 Methods and methodology ?

 Is there a Feminist Methodology?

- Arguments in favor of a feminist methodology

- Arguments against a feminist methodology

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