Monthly Archives: December 2012

Sound section

Water flowing gently by; A bridge opening (perhaps); The sound of my footsteps as I start to walk; Kittiwakes calling from their urban eyries; Paving stones being scrubbed clean of the residues from yesterday’s excess; The echo of sounds bouncing … Continue reading

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Just before Christmas, I visited Matt’s Gallery, in London, for work. It was next door to the Ragged School Museum. I arrived early so I meandered around, taking in the environs, which is when I noticed that the museum building … Continue reading

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notes on qualitative methods

Okay, some notes on some methodological reading. I’m a novice in this area (as in so many others!) so I’ve started with some general reading – ‘Qualitative Research in Action’ edited by Tim May. I read the chapters by Smith … Continue reading

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A true story about a woman and some chocolate

Last weekend, we had a family trip to York which involved visiting ‘Chocolate – York’s Sweet Story‘. This is a visitor attraction in the centre of York which tells the story of chocolate and the role of the major confectionery … Continue reading

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