This collection comprises academic publications and trade articles on the genre of writing associated with research proposals, grant applications, funding-seeking, and the process sometimes referred to as 'grantsmanship'. The collection is curated by the Director, Grant Assist Program (Social Sciences and Humanities). If you wish to contribute to this collection, please contact us: http://www.sshrc.ualberta.ca/en/Contact.aspx For more information about the GAP for SSHRC applicants: http://www.sshrc.ualberta.ca/
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Compared with other academic writing, the research grant proposal involves a high degree of marketisation with an attempt to sell the proposed research as well as the researcher. Instead of a general audience, it addresses two different groups of readers: peer reviewers who are highly informed...
Abstract: Understanding users becomes increasingly complicated when we grapple with various overlapping attributes of an individual’s identity. In this paper we introduce intersectionality as a framework for engaging with the complexity of users’—and authors’—identities, and situating these...