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Moodboards and LEGO: Principles and practice in social research

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posted on 09.03.2021, 12:10 by Jo Hickman-Dunne, Helena Pimlott-WilsonHelena Pimlott-Wilson
Moodboards and LEGO are approaches to visual creative methods which provide opportunities for collecting rich qualitative data. Given their potential for empowering research relations, they can be used with a diverse range of participants, including vulnerable groups. They are an inclusive research tool, moving away from more common text- and oral-based methods to hands-on approaches, allowing participants to express themselves without relying on writing or words. This chapter introduces moodboards and LEGO as research methods, enabling you to: 1. Reflect on academic debates regarding the use of these methods; 2. Understand the ways these methods can be employed in practice, including their role in existing research projects; 3. Learn from first-hand accounts of using these methods in the field; 4. Have a go at using these methods yourself.

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School

  • Social Sciences and Humanities

Department

  • Geography and Environment

Published in

Creative Methods for Human Geographers

Pages

87 - 99 (12)

Publisher

SAGE

Version

AM (Accepted Manuscript)

Rights holder

© Editorial content , the editors

Publication date

2021-01-20

ISBN

9781526496973; 9781526496973

Language

en

Editor(s)

Nadia von Benzon; Mark Holton; Catherine Wilkinson; Samantha Wilkinson

Depositor

Miss Jo Hickman Dunne. Deposit date: 1 October 2020

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