Theory of walking methods (video 1 of 3)

Duignan, Michael (2020) Theory of walking methods (video 1 of 3). [Video]

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Official URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvHdCJYFtYU&t=59s

Abstract

Dr. Michael B. Duignan (University of Surrey) details what walking methods are, how they have evolved, why they are useful. Specifically, how they have become popularised across a variety of disciplines + fields, including anthropology, human geography, sociology, + tourism. Particularly useful for accessing entangled relationships that exist between humans, non-humans, natural and social environments. And, how complex environments can be rich in data and accessed by walking and associated activities like riding bikes, back of taxi or other modes of public / private transport. This video is part of online learning resource created by NCRM. This is video 1 of 3. To see the whole resouce visit https://www.ncrm.ac.uk/resources/online/

Item Type:Video
Subjects:2. Data Collection > 2.5 Qualitative Interviewing
2. Data Collection > 2.5 Qualitative Interviewing > 2.5.7 Walking interviews
2. Data Collection > 2.6 Observation
ID Code:4351
Deposited By: NCRM users
Deposited On:21 Oct 2020 14:40
Last Modified:21 Oct 2020 14:40

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