Professors Julie McLeod and Rachel Thomson discuss different approaches to researching social change. They emphasize the importance of scale and memory work to expand biographical experience to a broader cultural level.
Chapter 1: How Do I Research Social Change?icon angle down
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Chapter 2: Oral and Life Historyicon angle down
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Chapter 3: Using the Methodsicon angle down
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- Product: Sage Research Methods
- Type of Content: Interview
- Title: How do I research social change?
- Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd.
- Publication year: 2011
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- Discipline: Education, Sociology
- Methods: Oral history interviews, Life history interviews, Longitudinal research
- Duration: 00:17:34
- Keywords: biographies, consciousness raising, generational change, immersion, life histories, memory, oral history, political issues, psychoanalysis, social science, technological literacy, testimony, time factors, transition
Academic: Rachel Thomson
Academic: Julie McLeodOnline ISBN:9781412995542Copyright: (c) SAGE Publications Ltd., 2011