social sciences; research; gay and lesbian studies; queer theory; Ethnography; Feminism; Heteronormativity; Homosexuality; LGBT; Sexual identity; Sexual orientation
When we first envisaged this book, we anticipated that those reflecting on queer methods and methodologies might experience similar possibilities, tensions
and anxieties to those we encountered in our own work. A major impetus for
producing this book was our own awareness of how often we ignored or skimmed
over thinking about how some methodologies and methods might not neatly fit
the ‘queer’ conceptual frames we use in our research.