Doing Research Together
Throughout this book I highlight the role of relational geographies in the constitution of our world. This argument has important implications for researchers, who can no longer assume that they are isolated from the boarder networks they study or the realities they help bring into being. In the concluding chapter of this book I discuss the responsibility researchers have to those within the networks in which their research participates. This includes a responsibility to that which is made visible through research practices and also to that which is invisible. An awareness of the intertwining of research and social movement struggle is vital to ethical performances of new economies
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