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Category Archives: Ethnographic kit
it’s that time of year…
Wheeeee!! It’s here again. No, not holidays. Actually it’s work. This week I get to do research. Only research and nothing else. A complete luxury for a busy academic. Nothing but research. And it’s not just any research. For the … Continue reading
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practice – writing field notes
It’s the time of year when doctoral researchers – and those with new research projects – head off enthusiastically, and sometimes a bit fearfully, into their field work sites. Field work usually – but not always – involves going away … Continue reading
Posted in academic writing, Ethnographic kit, field work Tagged Ethnography, field notes, Pat Thomson, practice 1 Comment
kit for the portable academic…
I’m currently doing a week of intense ethnographic research at Tate. It’s one of my favourite times of the year because I get to be a real researcher for more than half a day at a time. Because I live … Continue reading
Posted in Ethnographic kit, Uncategorized Tagged ethnographic kit, Ethnography, Pat Thomson 3 Comments