This paper argues that post-qualitative inquiry offers scholars the opportunity to work with the articulation of language in the research endeavor. Drawing from literature, the author argues that scholars in the post-qualitative inquiry field can articulate the nuanced aspects of research rather than rely on rationalistic and propositional expressions.
- methods of inquiry
- qualitative research
- writing as method of inquiry
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Social Sciences (miscellaneous)