Monthly Archives: February 2013

Bricks – a postscript

The other week I was in Keswick for the first time. This further confirmed the feeling that simple elements of the built environment matter – the bricks are blue! Actually, a sort of dusty blue-green with a lamellar structure that … Continue reading

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Edge of an idea

One of the editors’ goals for their book ‘Conversation and Cognition’ (te Molder & Potter, 2005) was to draw out the differences of position within the field of discursive psychology, particularly with regards to the question of whether we can … Continue reading

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Methodological epiphanies and challenges

As I noted in an earlier post, I’ve been trying to figure out a methodological approach for this research proposal. Inevitably this involves more reading, early reading suggested that techniques drawn from the field of conversation analysis, particularly when enhanced … Continue reading

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