Chapter 22: Feminist ethics in research
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This chapter brings together feminism and ethics to consider feminist ethics for research methodology in management and organization studies. Drawing on empirical research which aimed to understand what diversity means for people working in best practice diversity Australian organizations, and assessing the implications for leadership diversity, we reflect on the ways in which feminist ethics surfaces during the research process. Feminist practices, even when not explicitly named, are embodied during qualitative research and raised the importance of recognizing intersectional struggles as sites for the enactment of feminist ethics. The implications for grassroots appreciation of feminist intersectional ethics based on principles of care, solidarity, voice, openness, vulnerability, generosity, and responsibility become apparent in the doing of research.

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