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This use of ‘objectivism’ is seen as: An excuse for a power relationship every bit as obscene as the power relationship that leads women to be sexually assaulted, murdered and otherwise treated as mere objects. The assault on our minds, the removal from existence of our experiences as valid and true, is every bit as objectionable. The role of experience within feminist methodology Central to the argument for a distinctive feminist methodology is the placing of women’s experiences at the heart of the research.
Some of these issues relate to the ways in which feminists can develop a methodology that best meets the political objectives of feminism. On the other hand, there have been a number of criticisms from researchers who are generally hostile to the development of a feminist methodology. The nature of research relationships Some feminists (Millen 1997, Kelly et al. 1994), while being sympathetic to the development of less hierarchical and structured research relationships, have drawn attention to the essential differences that exist between those women who conduct social research and those who are usually the focus of such research.