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Drawing: Using Participants’ and Researchers’ Drawings in Social and Cultural Analysis

By: Edited by: Published: 2018 | Product: SAGE Research Methods Datasets Part 1

This dataset focuses on how drawing might be used in a research project. The data are provided by Dr. Rachel Hurdley from Cardiff University and come from two projects; a study of how people display things at home, and a project about how people organize workplaces through everyday actions and things. It will be of interest to those: a) with projects involving drawing during fieldwork: to spend time in a research site and/or to engage with participants; b) researchers working with children and groups who do not share a first language – for example, non-verbal acknowledgements or concepts that are difficult to articulate only through words; and c) researchers conducting ethnographic or multi-modal projects. The dataset file is accompanied by a teaching guide and a student guide.

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