Positionality Reloaded: Debating the Dimensions of Reflexivity in the Relationship Between Science and Society; An Editorial

Singh A, Marguin S, Haus J, Heinrich AJ, Kahl A, Schendzielorz C (2021)
Historical Social Research 46(2): 7-34.

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Singh, AjitUniBi; Marguin, S.; Haus, J.; Heinrich, A. J.; Kahl, A.; Schendzielorz, C.
Alternativer Titel
Positionality Reloaded: Über die Dimensionen der Reflexivität im Verhältnis von Wissenschaft und Gesellschaft; Ein Editorial
Abstract / Bemerkung
»Positionality Reloaded: Über die Dimensionen der Reflexivität im Ver- hältnis von Wissenschaft und Gesellschaft: Ein Editorial«. It cannot be denied that reflexivity has become a must in social science methodological discourse in re- cent decades. The uses and functions of reflexivity in the research process have been well addressed historically, be it with regard to researchers’ subjectivity, their perspectivity shaped by social origin and biographical life path, or their possible asymmetrical power relations with investigated actors. Nevertheless, we see an urgent need to discuss these issues. We claim that the practice of re- flexivity, seriously shaken by the current transformation of (the understandings of) academic knowledge production, has become a challenging duty to fulfill. There is no straight and easy answer to the big questions of “for whom” and “for what purpose” do we produce “what kind of” knowledge and “how.” Struggling for an appropriate positioning within global societal developments, we dedi- cate this special issue to the search for a critical, and the exploration of a lucid, (self-)reflection of academic research. In this respect, this special issue, Posi- tionality Reloaded: Debating the Dimensions of Reflexivity in the Relationship Be- tween Science and Society, sets out to explore how coexisting yet diverse con- ceptions of academic research and knowledge production can be reflexively considered and related to each other from an epistemological, ethico-norma- tive, and ontological point of view
Erscheinungsjahr
2021
Zeitschriftentitel
Historical Social Research
Band
46
Ausgabe
2
Seite(n)
7 - 34
ISSN
0172-6404
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2963140

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Singh A, Marguin S, Haus J, Heinrich AJ, Kahl A, Schendzielorz C. Positionality Reloaded: Debating the Dimensions of Reflexivity in the Relationship Between Science and Society; An Editorial. Historical Social Research. 2021;46(2):7-34.
Singh, A., Marguin, S., Haus, J., Heinrich, A. J., Kahl, A., & Schendzielorz, C. (2021). Positionality Reloaded: Debating the Dimensions of Reflexivity in the Relationship Between Science and Society; An Editorial. Historical Social Research, 46(2), 7-34. https://doi.org/10.12759/hsr.46.2021.2.7-34
Singh, A., Marguin, S., Haus, J., Heinrich, A. J., Kahl, A., and Schendzielorz, C. (2021). Positionality Reloaded: Debating the Dimensions of Reflexivity in the Relationship Between Science and Society; An Editorial. Historical Social Research 46, 7-34.
Singh, A., et al., 2021. Positionality Reloaded: Debating the Dimensions of Reflexivity in the Relationship Between Science and Society; An Editorial. Historical Social Research, 46(2), p 7-34.
A. Singh, et al., “Positionality Reloaded: Debating the Dimensions of Reflexivity in the Relationship Between Science and Society; An Editorial”, Historical Social Research, vol. 46, 2021, pp. 7-34.
Singh, A., Marguin, S., Haus, J., Heinrich, A.J., Kahl, A., Schendzielorz, C.: Positionality Reloaded: Debating the Dimensions of Reflexivity in the Relationship Between Science and Society; An Editorial. Historical Social Research. 46, 7-34 (2021).
Singh, Ajit, Marguin, S., Haus, J., Heinrich, A. J., Kahl, A., and Schendzielorz, C. “Positionality Reloaded: Debating the Dimensions of Reflexivity in the Relationship Between Science and Society; An Editorial”. Historical Social Research 46.2 (2021): 7-34.

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