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By Davis Dána-Ain

Writing within the wake of neoliberalism, the place human rights and social justice have more and more been subordinated to proliferating “consumer offerings” and beliefs of marketplace justice, individuals to this assortment argue that feminist ethnographers are in a key place to reassert the imperative feminist connections among concept, equipment, and activism. jointly, we propose avenues for incorporating methodological suggestions, collaborative research, and collective activism in our scholarly initiatives. What are the chances (and demanding situations) that exist for feminist ethnography 25 years after preliminary debates emerged during this box approximately reflexivity, objectivity, reductive individualism, and the social relevance of activist scholarship? How can feminist ethnography accentuate efforts in the direction of social justice within the present political and economy? This assortment maintains a vital conversation approximately feminist activist ethnography within the twenty first century—at the intersection of engaged feminist learn and activism within the provider of the organisations, humans, groups, and feminist concerns we study.

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