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Power and politics in migration narrative methodology: research with young Congolese migrants in Uganda
Power and politics in migration narrative methodology: research with young Congolese migrants in Uganda

Author(s): Christina Clark-Kazak
Subject(s): Politics, Geography, Regional studies, Methodology and research technology, Studies in violence and power, Migration Studies
Published by: Transnational Press London
Keywords: Uganda; Congolese migrants; migrations; power and politics; narrative methodology;
Summary/Abstract: This paper explores the power dynamics inherent in qualitative research involving migration narratives. Drawing on the author’s experiences collecting life histories and constructing narratives of Congolese young people in Uganda, this article addresses the ethical and methodological issues of representivity, ownership, anonymity and confidentiality. It also explores the importance of investment in relationships in migration narrative research, but also the difficulties that arise when professional and personal boundaries become blurred.

  • Page Range: 139-148
  • Page Count: 10
  • Publication Year: 2019
  • Language: English