The Listening Guide method of (or voice-centered relational approach to) data analysis was developed to center marginalized voices in research, and this article outlines its use within the context of a research project with queer Métis youth. I explore this method as part of a Métis research paradigm, and walk through the process of analysis using this method, including outlining and explaining the process of listening for the plot, for the I voice, and for contrapuntal voices. This article adds to the development of the Listening Guide as a method and as part of an Indigenous research methodology.

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