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Micropolitics, Practices, Language and Action: Methodologies and Approaches

Political Methodology
Political Theory
Qualitative
P005
Claudia Wiesner
Hochschule Fulda University of Applied Sciences
Kristin Anabel Eggeling
University of Copenhagen
Katja Mäkinen
University of Jyväskylä

Monday 11:00 - 12:45 (24/08/2020)


Abstract

The panel aims at opening the section´s debate regarding the main theme. We want to present and discuss different methodologies and approaches and examples of studying studying micropolitics, practices, language and action, relating to diversve theoretical and methodological traditions. Papers in the section accordingly should aim to provide an overview on the newer methodological developments in analysing Politics, discuss their strengths and particularities as well as their limitations and need for further development, exemplify how to analyse concepts and conceptual controversies, practices and actions, and line out future methodological and theoretical pathways, ask new research questions in emerging areas of research, and respond to challenges facing techniques and designs. In particular, papers should discuss approaches and questions such as practice analysis, rhetorical analysis, the role of concepts and conceptual change, or the analysis of micropolitics. The focus should be on political processes, actors, and actions in various respects and in a broad sense. Presentations are also welcome to analyse power struggles, political controversies, and interpretative conflicts. Both methodological or conceptual and empirical contributions are welcome, and contributions can focus on any worls region, country or site.

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