Stumbling in a Murky Place – An account of a “tempting” methodology

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Rosa Hong Chen


In this paper, I take on a “post”-concept as the point of departure to reflect on a troubled thinking and practice of research. Struggling with making methodological decisions, I put deconstructivism to work within the limits of methodology and the presentation of methodology with a particular focus on their situatedness, contingency, and necessity. I conclude that a deconstructive point of view encompasses both ontological and epistemological aspects of research methodology, hence inviting a true sense of knowing or knowings.


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Chen, R. H. (2014). Stumbling in a Murky Place – An account of a “tempting” methodology. SFU Educational Review, 5.