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This article offers a critique of dissemination models that are based on technical rationalist ontologies. We argue that such models privilege a particularly narrow set of meaning and in consequence preclude other ways through which we might imagine dissemination acts. Our article therefore seeks...
Feminist accounts of fieldwork have often been concerned with issues of representation, both of the researched and the researcher, exposing some of the complications that arise when the researcher must make critical decisions about representing herself to her research participants. These accounts...
Over the past decade, there has been an increasing interest in the methodologies used in research with children. Geographers have contributed to the growing body of research that highlights that children are not simply passive objects dependent on adults, but are competent social actors that make...