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A decolonial feminist ethnography is an empowering research methodology that can situate the knowledge, lived experiences and worldviews of ‘others’ who are often marginalised in management research, thought and practice. This methodology focuses on the importance of ethics and epistemology in shaping the methods of knowledge production while striving for empowerment in the research process. A decolonial feminist ethnography is a messy, bricolaged way of doing research. It is also an empowering methodology that draws attention to differences, inequalities and ‘otherness’. Reconfiguring critical ethnography to recognise the coloniality of power, a decolonial feminist ethnography enables researchers to consider and address the ethical and political implications of research and knowledge production.
Manning, J. (2022). A decolonial feminist ethnography: Empowerment, ethics and epistemology. In Empowering Methodologies in Organisational and Social Research (pp. 39-54). Routledge India. DOI: 10.21427/sq5a-0g85