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Voice in Qualitative Inquiry
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Introduction: The Limit of Voice Part 1: Straining Notions of Voice 1. Against Empathy, Voice, and Authenticity 2. Indigenous Voice, Community, and Epistemic Violence: The Ethnographer's 'Interests' and What 'Interests' the Ethnographer 3. An Impossibly Full Voice 4. Voicing Objections 5. "Soft ears" and Hard Topics: Race, Disciplinarity, and Voice in Higher Education 6. Broken Voices, Dirty Words: On the Productive Insufficiency of Voice Part 2: Transgressive Voices: Productive Practices 7. The Problem of Speaking for Others 8. Forays Into the Mist: Violences, Voices, Vignettes 9. 'What Am I Doing When I Speak Of This Present?' Voice, Power, and Desire In Truth-Telling 10. Researching and Representing Teacher Voice(s): A Reader Response Approach 11. Life in Kings Cross: A Play of Voices Afterword: Decentering Voice in Qualitative Inquiry

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Appalachian State University, USA Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

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