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Immersive cartography and post-qualitative inquiry : a speculative adventure in research-creation / David Rousell.
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2021.
1 online resource (xxiv, 150 pages) : illustrations
"This work expands the new and developing field of cartographic inquiry in qualitative and postqualitative research, Immersive cartography draws together diverse theories and practices from process philosophy, contemporary art, ecological aesthetics, ethnography, education, and the critical posthumanities. Detailed examples from real research projects are used to demonstrate specialized techniques for mapping, diagramming, activating, and mobilising theoretical concepts through collaborative inquiry, socially-engaged art, and pedagogical interventions in public space. Suitable for postgraduates and researchers in the social sciences, education and sociology"-- Provided by publisher.
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Immersive Cartography And Post-Qualitative Inquiry : a speculative adventure in research-creation / David Rousell.