PHOTOGRAPHS | FOOD, WATER, SHELTER, JUSTICE, LOVE
In the move toward a form of qualitative inquiry that realizes its transformative potential, this article encourages scholars to consider axes of need within research. A flexible framework suggests how researchers might respond to situated need through theoretically and contextually grounded inquiries. This framework is situated along five possible axes of need: food, water, shelter, justice, and love. The framework offers openings for a form of qualitative inquiry that directly responds to, and participates in, issues of local need.
'Food, Water, Shelter, Justice, Love: Axes of Need for Critical Qualitative Inquiry' | Ulmer (2017)