So it's probably too late and it's highly likely no one will ever read this

But I was thinking today about the beginning of the term. When I first read Luker and Knight I found that Luker was much more comforting. I&...

Review Paper, Technical Approaches & Proposal

In the process of reviewing the academic paper a few weeks ago for assignment 3, I encountered quite a few new terms relating research met...

Data Reduction: What the What?

Okay, so, with the ready and willing help of Luker, I have spent much of my time this semester dismissing quantitative social science work (...

Restorying

The optional reading this week addressed two different approaches to narrative research. The process of ‘restorying’ data compiled from par...

Children and the consent issue

Two of the optional readings for this week touched on the issue of obtaining the consent of children in research projects.  The Druin articl...

Why ethics are hard to talk about on a blog

So, this week in class we're talking about ethics so here I am trying to blog about them and I'm finding it really hard. On the one ...

Considering the technicalities of technology

Hine’s (2009) article for this week particularly resonates with me, as my research topic (particularly for our research proposal assignment)...