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The Evolving Space – Public Writing Reflection BCM241

For this blog post, I am reflecting on my public writing practice over the past two years since I began, particularly focussing on the composition of my blog site and posts as a curated environment. A blog, like a gallery, is a place of expression where authors and their community can share the knowledge, failures… Continue reading The Evolving Space – Public Writing Reflection BCM241

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We Are All Ethnographic Researchers – #PeopleWatchingClub

In my family, there are two trained social workers. This makes everyday situations of dealing with people a nightmare. I am always making mistakes in their eyes when speaking of and dealing with people. The banned words at my dinner table are “holistic approach”. When these words are mentioned a cringe is found on every non-social… Continue reading We Are All Ethnographic Researchers – #PeopleWatchingClub

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Televisions Role In Developing A Perception Of Reality & Truth: An Interview

For this blog post, I interviewed (recorded with permission) my 60yr old uncle born in 1957 about his childhood experience with the introduction of television. He was born in Port Hedland in an isolated town in the remote Pilbara region of WA where food would only come by ship just once every month. Although television… Continue reading Televisions Role In Developing A Perception Of Reality & Truth: An Interview

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International Exchange Research Project ~Reflection~

It is time to reflect and farewell a project that has, thanks to all involved, provided some interesting insights and a space to explore the values and practicalities of research. The process has not been entirely smooth but it has been rewarding. There are three interconnected research values that underpinned the axiology, the concepts with… Continue reading International Exchange Research Project ~Reflection~

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Curiosity & Research: A Different Culture

Ever since I was little I can remember my fascination towards a foreign land, with which as far as I knew at the time I had no connection. Yet, one would find me placing necklaces over my forehead and proclaiming to my family that I was ‘American Indian’. The child logic being; that I am… Continue reading Curiosity & Research: A Different Culture