Girls on Girls: tensions and anxieties in research with girls

Kehily, Mary (2004). Girls on Girls: tensions and anxieties in research with girls. Feminism & Psychology, 14(3) pp. 366–370.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/0959353504044636

Abstract

The paper considers some of the difficulties feminists encounter in research encounters with girls. The paper explores girls friendships, some of the ways in which tensions manifest themselves in the field and how the resercher may be positioned in relation to them. Issues of identification and belonging are considered as aspects of feminist research practice and a wider feminist sensibility.

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