Category Archives: emotional research

big researchers don’t cry?

This is a guest post from Jozica Kutin. Jozica is a researcher and PhD candidate at RMIT University, Melbourne.   At the end of each research interview I tell the person I’ve interviewed how appreciative I am of their time and … Continue reading

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sadness and supervision

My neighbours are moving. Their’s is not the only house up for sale in our street, there are three in just one block. It’s obviously the time of year when people sell. I’m going to miss the folk next door, … Continue reading

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emotional research – not ready to make nice

A couple of things happened this last week that made me think about the question of emotions and research, or perhaps I should say emotional research. By this I mean research on something that the researcher feels emotional about. The … Continue reading

Posted in emotional research, Morwenna Griffiths, research, Ruth Behar, social justice | Tagged , , , , | 9 Comments