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Chapter 29: Take Two: Using Video as an Analysis Tool for Outdoor Play

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Take Two: Using Video as an Analysis Tool for Outdoor Play
Take Two: Using Video as an Analysis Tool for Outdoor Play
Natalie Canning
INTRODUCTION

This chapter explores the use of video as a non-participant observational tool for outdoor play. It considers how video can play an important role in qualitative research, especially in capturing sequences of children's play and the different ways in which footage can be utilized to stimulate debate around children's play behaviours and preferences. In qualitative ethnographic research there is often reliance on field notes or reflective observations relying on the interpretations of the researcher (Dicks et al., 2011; Fleer, 2015; Haw, 2008). The use of video enables sequences to ...

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