This paper aims to uncover the agential character of writing re- search in the light of the concept of ethico-onto-epistemology. Theoretically, it unpacks the debate around reflexivity and the performativity of theories and methods, underlining the active role of writing research accounts that do not just “capture” the world, but rather enact multiple worlds. This argu- ment is developed with the support of empirical accounts belonging to an ethnographic study in a telecommunication company, which are informed by conceptual sensibilities from STS and Feminist Science Studies intended as two related yet distinct theoretical frameworks. I conclude by arguing that taking up the call for ethico-onto-epistemology when writing research ac- counts call us to trouble the character of writing as a neutral practice, and to grapple with the power of accounting for – thus producing – multiple realities that differ in terms of epistemological, ethical and political relations.
In other words. Writing research as ethico-onto-epistemic practice / Sciannamblo, M. - In: TECNOSCIENZA. - ISSN 2038-3460. - 15(2019), pp. 72-92.
|Titolo:||In other words. Writing research as ethico-onto-epistemic practice|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Citazione:||In other words. Writing research as ethico-onto-epistemic practice / Sciannamblo, M. - In: TECNOSCIENZA. - ISSN 2038-3460. - 15(2019), pp. 72-92.|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||01a Articolo in rivista|