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Researching Practices, Places and Representations: Methodologies and Methods
Researching practices, places and representations: Methodologies and methods

The everyday is where we live our lives. It is subsequently a site from which research, activism and intervention emerge and are increasingly combined in new ways as engaged scholars become implicated in projects that seek to bring about changes. Yet we cannot directly capture its constant flow. It both prevails on us and slips through our fingers. This methodological problem is equally insistent regardless of the disciplinary origins of the researcher or research topic, yet scholars who root their epistemologies in, for instance, sociology, geography, cultural studies or anthropology deal with it in different ways. Very broadly this might involve choices between treating the everyday as data, as representation ...

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