Innovative MethodologiesMethodology for Social Accountability: Multiple Methods and Feminist, Poststructural, Psychoanalytic Discourse AnalysisPhillips, Debby A. PhD, ARNPAuthor Information Assistant Professor; School of Nursing; Seattle University; Seattle, Washington I gratefully acknowledge my University of Washington doctoral committee, David Allen, Rebecca Kang, Marcia Killien, Karen Schepp, and Nancy Woods, for the many ways they contributed to this work. Funding support was received from the following: NINR Women's Health Research Training Grant Predoctoral Fellowship, NINR Predoctoral NRSA, Hester McLaws Nursing Scholarship, Sigma Theta Tau-Psi Research Award, and the Nurses Educational Fund Award. Advances in Nursing Science: June 2001 - Volume 23 - Issue 4 - p 49-66 Buy SDC Abstract Bridging the gap between the individual and social context, methodology that aims to surface and explore the regulatory function of discourse on subjectivity production moves nursing research beyond the individual level in order to theorize social context and its influence on health and well-being. This article describes the feminist, poststructural, psychoanalytic discourse analysis and multiple methods used in a recent study exploring links between cultural discourses of masculinity, performativity of masculinity, and practices of male violence. Copyright © 2001 Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. All rights reserved.