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Inventive Methods: The Happening of the Social

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Social and cultural research has changed dramatically in the last few years in response to changing conceptions of the empirical, an intensification of interest in interdisciplinary work, and the growing need to communicate with diverse users and audiences. Methods texts, however, have not kept pace with these changes.

This volume provides a set of new approaches for the in
ebook, 288 pages
Published May 27th 2014 by Routledge (first published January 1st 2012)
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Emma Sea
In parts a very challenging book for me. One of those texts that brings into sharp relief the sad fact that I'm just not that smart :(

There were some unexpected gems:

Probes, by Kirsten Boehner, William Gaver & Andy Boucher, on a kind of creative collaboration between researchers and the public, exploring domestic spaces.


Tape recorder, by Les Back, on the nature of social science interview recording.

I also enjoyed Sets, by Adrian Mackenzie: a delightful look at, duh, sets, through David A
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