This book explores the extent to which our lives become an important underlying context for data production. Drawing on insights from Gestalt psychology, feminism and post-structuralism, it discusses how to situate yourself in the different phases of research.
Cecilie Basberg Neumann is Associate Professor in Sociology at Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, Norway. She is also a Gestalt therapist from the Norwegian Gestalt Institute in Oslo.
Iver B. Neumann is Professor at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs and the author (with Kevin Dunn) of Discourse Analysis for Social Research.