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Karen Henwood, Fiona Shirani & Christopher Groves

In: The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Data Collection

Chapter 38: Using Photographs in Interviews: When We Lack the Words to Say What Practice Means

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Using Photographs in Interviews: When We Lack the Words to Say What Practice Means
Using Photographs in Interviews: When We Lack the Words to Say What Practice Means
Karen HenwoodFiona ShiraniChristopher Groves
Introduction

Social scientific research is highly reliant on its awareness, and means, of addressing relevant methodological questions; and, increasingly, demonstrating methodological prowess is part of working as an accomplished social scientist. But knowing how to conduct research in methodologically rigorous, insightful and creative ways is not always well understood, nor the skilled practices involved easily acquired.

Assumptions can become so embedded in social research's mainstream that non-standard approaches have evolved to help question ‘what everyone at first just considered, how they thought knowledge was validated, and what they thought reality was’ (Hopf, 2008, p. 289). Various ...

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