Reading an edited book such as Denzin and Giardina’s 2011 Qualitative Inquiry and Global Crisis that comprises different chapters and authorship patterns may be challenging and evocative, let alone a book that focus on qualitative inquiry in an era of globalization, racism, privatization, and social injustice. To make the journey of reviewing this new book enjoyable, I posed a meaningful guiding question to me: what could a book that links between qualitative inquiry and global crisis contribute to our theoretical and practical knowledge about the qualitative paradigm? The answer is not yes or no but rather manifold; some papers shed light on innovative aspects of qualitative inquiry while others seem to reframe well-known scholarly forms or methods pertaining to the qualitative paradigm.
Global Crisis, Globalization, Critical Qualitative Methods, Art-Based Research
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Oplatka, I. (2012). Exploring the Links between Qualitative Inquiry and Global Crises: Some Answers and More Questions. The Qualitative Report, 17(35), 1-5. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2012.1739