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The acculturated subaltern frequently and without thinking adopt and reiterate those views, which have been relayed simply as facts. Behind dominant narratives about the nature of reality and what constitutes knowledge is usually the masked exercise of power; under the guise of rationality and progress are self-serving ideologies (Dowd, 1991; Gottdiener, 1993). Truth claims are sometimes dressed up as straightforward eyewitness observation. Doing so halts discourse and legitimates the repression or exclusion of other views.
An implicitly dichotomous relationship was assumed: Science’s raw truth and rationality–cum–empiricism trumped rhetoric, which was dismissed as empty, manipulative technique merely suited to swaying audiences and perpetuating opinion rather than identifying fact. More speciﬁcally, science has contrasted rhetoric to rational, scientiﬁc activities by noting that: rhetoric uses imprecise language and tropes, such as metaphors and metonyms, whereas scientiﬁc language’s precise descriptions and operational deﬁnitions are neither ﬁgurative nor ambiguous; rhetoric is designed to convince particular audiences whereas science is presumably accessible and convincing to all who are rational (Racevskis, 1993); rhetoric convinces by relying on opinion and emotions whereas science convinces through impartial evidence and logic; and rhetoric aims for the pragmatic whereas science aims for truth (O’Neill, 1998).
Postmodernism has challenged epistemological tenets of modernist science, such as the belief in an objectively knowable, referent reality; the faith that positivist data, born of questionable assumptions, provide an unassailable foundation; and the contention that psychological knowledge must be about a modernist foundation or scientiﬁcally articulable (Hollinger, 1994; Rosenau, 1992). With the notable exception of feminist research, psychology is largely either unfamiliar with postmodernism or resisting it; in other ﬁelds, however, postmodernism has been leading to broad reassessments of epistemological foundations, to critical analysis of the ﬁrst premises of scientiﬁc investigation, and to the use of alternative, nonpositivist methods.