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For geographers doing qualitative research, autobiographical narratives offer a discrete avenue into life experiences, everyday lived geographies, and intimate connections between places and identities. Yet these valuable sources remain mostly untapped by geographers and largely unconsidered in...
This article is intended for use as a class handout to aid students who are learning about qualitative research to determine whether qualitative research is a good fit and whether they have the personal characteristics required to become effective qualitative researchers.
Through biographies we read the fragments of peoples lives that have been structured into a narrative discourse, the written text the mediating force that turns narrative into logic Ricoeur, 1984, p. 30 This article reflects upon the fragmented nature of memories through both the stories of the...
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