By George Kamberelis, Greg Dimitriadis, National Conference on Research in Language and Literacy
During this paintings, the authors give you the first systematic exploration of the philosophical foundations and the ancient improvement of qualitative inquiry for language and literacy researchers - rookies and specialists alike.
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They study language practices such as conversation, storytelling, disciplinary writing, and the like in order to reveal and understand the contexts and ontologies that they index. Although the historical roots of the chronotope of reading and interpretation may be traced to 19th-century German philosophy, it has grown exponentially during the past two decades. , Anthropology and Education Quarterly, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education). It has also been quite visible for some time within dissertations, presentations at professional literacy conferences, and books.
In constructing a taxonomy of chronotopes, we admit to living a paradox—attempting to impose order on a dynamic, unstable, and unfixable theoretical space. With this paradox in mind, we offer the taxonomy less as a definitive account and more as a useful heuristic Predominant Chronotopes of Qualitative Inquiry 27 for understanding the discursively and materially constructed foundations of qualitative inquiry at a time when knowledge itself is a highly contested term. As we outline the elements of our taxonomy, we discuss how each chronotope theorizes perennial questions within the history of philosophy such as subjectivity, rationality, language, knowledge, and truth.
The theory of truth that best fits with this view of knowledge is a “correspondence theory of truth,” which posits the possibility of directly and unproblematically mapping symbolic representations onto the facts in the world in a one-to-one fashion. With this theory of truth comes a “logic of verification,” or the faith in the ability to verify knowledge through consistency across observations or the replication of experimental findings. Approaches driven by a correspondence theory of truth derive from Descartes’ dualism of mind and body.
On qualitative inquiry by George Kamberelis, Greg Dimitriadis, National Conference on Research in Language and Literacy