Research as entanglement

Autores

  • Vicki Hargraves University of Auckland

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20396/etd.v18i3.8646104

Palavras-chave:

Deleuze. Immanent materialism. Research.

Resumo

In this paper I seek to explore how we might conceptualise research when subject and object are entangled: when subject can no longer be thought as a unified body, a conscious Self, formed by its unique history of experiences and interactions; when object exceeds its passive identity and relations of analogy, resemblance and opposition (Deleuze, 1994) with other objects. This paper interrogates how an immanent materialism affects understandings of doing research, what it means to fail to distinguish researcher from research or method or findings, and to abandon attempts to fully extract the research data from its ongoing relations with all matter. Immanent materialism offers a view of the subject-who-researches and the object-researched as entangled in multiplicities of matter interconnecting, co-influencing, individuating and always becoming new. Data expands to include all: the subject, the objects, their representation, and their virtual potential to become-new. Instead of subject-object, there is only data, and data, and data, and... 

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Biografia do Autor

Vicki Hargraves, University of Auckland

Vicki Hargraves is a doctoral student at the University of Auckland and an early childhood teacher working for the Playcentre Association. She is particulary interested in the notion of the expressive child within early childhood theory and practice. Using philosophy as method, her work considers concepts of chaos and difference to rethink expression as an ethical practice in which expression as an ontogenetic force draws on chaos or indeterminacy in a self-organising process of connection for diverse becomings. 

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2016-08-30

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Hargraves, V. (2016). Research as entanglement. ETD - Educação Temática Digital, 18(3), 541–552. https://doi.org/10.20396/etd.v18i3.8646104