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date: 30 November 2020

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This chapter serves as an introduction to The Oxford Handbook of Methods for Public Scholarship. The first part of the chapter reviews what public scholarship is, how it has emerged, and what methods are available for doing public scholarship. The remainder of the chapter reviews the contents of the handbook, providing a chapter-by-chapter summary. The book is divided into six parts: The Changing Academic and Social Landscape; Research Design with Vulnerable Populations and Nonacademic Stakeholders; Taking Traditional Methods Public; The Arts; The Internet, Social Media, and Technology; Writing and Dissemination; and Considerations. The handbook ends with a brief statement on the future of public scholarship and the research methods landscape, written by the editor.

Keywords: public scholarship, research methods, popular writing, qualitative research, qualitative inquiry, feminism, critical race theory, activism, social justice, audience

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