Humm points out that:
In feminist research diaries are used as records of the
researcher's feelings and ideas. Diaries draw attention to the researcher
as a human being and offer clues to the social environment being studied.
In this way diaries can be as significant a part of data as empirical evidence.
(Humm, Maggie, The Dictionary of Feminist Theory, Harvester Wheatsheaf, London, 1989, p50)
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