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Bricolage as Method

By: Ainslie Yardley | Edited by: Paul Atkinson, Sara Delamont, Alexandru Cernat, Joseph W. Sakshaug & Richard A. Williams Published: 2019 | Length:   5 | DOI: |
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Bricolage (as a method) refers to the mixed-method processes, transdisciplinary practices, and the multitextual communication employed by bricoleur researchers. This entry explores the facets of bricolage as a method of qualitative research. It begins by looking at the intersecting domains of bricolage. Then, it highlights the emergence of bricolage as a transdisciplinary tool, and the research methodology, tools, and texts that are a part of it. The next section describes how multitextual communication is vital in order to enable the intended audience to fully comprehend the entirety of the works that make up the bricolage work. The concept of space as it relates to entering “the bricolage” is then introduced. Next, researchers are reminded of the importance of safe space as well as rigour in ...

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