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Title: Enacting a place-responsive research methodology: walking interviews with educators
Author(s): Lynch, Jonathan
Mannion, Greg
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Keywords: Place
place responsive
walking interview
mobile methodology
outdoor learning
outdoor education
Issue Date: 2016
Citation: Lynch J & Mannion G (2016) Enacting a place-responsive research methodology: walking interviews with educators. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, 16 (4), pp. 330-345.
Abstract: Place-based and place-responsive approaches to outdoor learning and education are developing in many countries but there is dearth of theoretically-supported methodologies to take a more explicit account of place in research in these areas. In response, this article outlines one theoretical framing for place-responsive methodologies for researching outdoor learning and education. We exemplify how this might work in practice with data and analysis from one suggested place-responsive research method: the walking interview. Implications and consequences are explored for how outdoor learning might be researched more widely.
DOI Link: 10.1080/14729679.2016.1163271
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