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From the beginnings of qualitative research in the late 19th century to today, researchers have struggled to make sense of the notion of self or subjectivity; in other words, the I in the research. We ask ourselves: Who is the researcher? How is their notion of self present during research? How is research a site for contested notions of self? Who is the I in qualitative research?doi:10.46743/2160-3715/2012.1744 fatcat:a73pigwqhzdq7fc6lg4hmkeexm