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Qualitative methods (part 3) : there is nothing outside the text ?

Crang, M. (2005) 'Qualitative methods (part 3) : there is nothing outside the text ?', Progress in human geography., 29 (2). pp. 225-233.


In my previous reports (Crang, 2002; 2003a) I have tried to suggest that there is now a maturity about qualitative methods in geography, but also that there comes with this a certain conventionality of approaches. In this report I intend to consider: (1) continued debates about the framing of qualitative, and especially ethnographic, work, after the so called crisis of representation; (2) the spatialities of qualitative work; and (3) work in a performative vein.

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Keywords:Qualitative methods, Human geography, Visual methods.
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Date deposited:07 April 2008
Date of first online publication:April 2005
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