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100 1  Lawless, Elaine J.,|eauthor 
245 10 Reciprocal ethnography and the power of women's narratives
       /|cElaine J. Lawless ; foreword by Amy Shuman 
264  1 Bloomington, Indiana :|bIndiana University Press,|c[2019] 
300    xiv, 198 pages ;|c24 cm 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 189-191) and 
505 0  Introduction: Learning to listen, hear, and include 
       women's voices; the genesis of reciprocal ethnography -- 
       Shouting for the Lord: the power of women's speech in the 
       Pentecostal religious service -- Rescripting their lives 
       and narratives: spiritual life stories of Pentecostal 
       women preachers -- Access to the pulpit: reproductive 
       images and maternal strategies of the Pentecostal female 
       pastor -- "I was afraid someone like you...an 
       outsider...would misunderstand": negotiating interpretive 
       differences between ethnographers and subjects -- Women's 
       life stories and reciprocal ethnography as feminist and 
       emergent -- Writing the body in the pulpit: female-sexed 
       texts -- Woman as abject: resisting cultural and religious
       myths that condone violence against women 
520    "Folklorist Elaine J. Lawless has devoted her career to 
       ethnographic research with underserved groups in the 
       American Midwest, including charismatic Pentecostals, 
       clergywomen, victims of domestic violence, and displaced 
       African Americans. She has consistently focused her 
       research on women's speech in these contexts and has 
       developed a new approach to ethnographic research which 
       she calls "reciprocal ethnography," while growing a 
       detailed corpus of work on women's narrative style and 
       expressive speech. Reciprocal ethnography is a feminist 
       and collaborative ethnographic approach that Lawless 
       developed as a challenge to the reflexive turn in 
       anthropological fieldwork and research in the 1970s, which
       was often male-centric, ignoring the contributions by and 
       study of women's culture. Collected here for the first 
       time are Lawless's key articles on the topics of 
       reciprocal ethnography and women's narrative which 
       influenced not only folklore, but also the allied fields 
       of anthropology, sociology, performance studies, and 
       women's and gender studies. Lawless's methods and research
       continue to be critically relevant in today's global 
       struggle for gender equality"--|cProvided by publisher 
650  0 Feminist anthropology|xResearch|zMiddle West 
650  0 Women|zMiddle West|xLanguage 
650  0 Discourse analysis, Narrative|zMiddle West 
650  0 Women|zMiddle West|xSocial conditions 
650  0 Pentecostal women|zMiddle West|xSocial conditions 
700 1  Shuman, Amy,|d1951-|eauthor of foreword 
776 08 |iOnline version:|aLawless, Elaine J.|tReciprocal 
       ethnography and the power of women's narratives
       |dBloomington, Indiana : Indiana University Press, 2019.
       |z9780253042989|w(DLC) 2019980174 
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