Analytic Productions in Post-Intentional Phenomenological Research

Citation data:

Cultural Studies ↔ Critical Methodologies, ISSN: 1532-7086, Vol: 17, Issue: 6, Page: 427-441

Publication Year:
2017
Captures 6
Readers 6
DOI:
10.1177/1532708616643983
Author(s):
Mark D. Vagle; Colleen H. Clements; Angela C. Coffee
Publisher(s):
SAGE Publications
Tags:
Social Sciences; Arts and Humanities
article description
In this article, we explore through a series of productions our analytic relationships with an interview with Iris—a fourth-grade student who participated in a post-intentional phenomenological study focusing on how social class–sensitive photo storying took shape in a high-poverty elementary school. Following Deleuze and Guattari’s configuration of assemblage as a constant process of making and unmaking, we have plugged into our assemblage (Jackson and Mazzei) some poetry and a dramatization, as well as some of the expected productions of academic writing such as theory, citations, and methodology. In this way, we reconceive the phenomenon as an assemblage that produces, rather than means.