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Visual, Narrative and Creative Research Methods
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Table of Contents

1. Introduction

2. Mapping images: charting the visual and creative in social science research

3. Making the familiar strange: questions we would not think to ask

4. Participatory methodologies: questions of power and positionality in creative research

5. Problematising interpretation: applying auteur theory, disrupting the surface and breaking the frame

6. Visual and narrative data production: time, artistic ability and incongruence

7. Ethical concerns: answers to questions we did not want to ask

8. Conclusion: looking back and moving forward

About the Author

Dawn Mannay is Lecturer in Social Sciences at Cardiff University, Wales, and she employs participatory, visual, creative and narrative methods in her research with diverse communities.

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"Mannay's text is an excellent reference to have on hand. It will also be useful in methods courses. While it most directly applies to visual methods, the discussions this book prompts will be useful regardless of the type of data collection or dissemination utilized or the field of inquiry." - Dr. Rita Shah, Visual Methodologies

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