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Images are built on top of text, notes, and overwriting. The inquiry process underneath is often visible, yet it is the synthesis of the thought process (the picture) that stands out. No image or writing is ever finitely complete. Van Manen states: [Q]ualitative method of inquiry constantly has to be invented anew and cannot be reduced to a general set of strategies or research techniques. Methodologically speaking, every notion has to be examined in terms of its assumptions, even the idea of method itself.
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They have taken risks, as reflexive practitioner-researchers, “that lay bare their own investments in their own relations of looking but also pointing to the locations where they believe memories and hope do reside” (Kuhn & McAllister, 2006, p. 15). And perhaps that is enough. 13 JANE SPEEDY AND MIKE GALLANT REFERENCES Banks, M. (2001). Visual methods in social research. London: Sage. Barnard, M. (2001). Approaches to understanding visual culture. Houndmills: Palgrave. Barrett, E. (2010). Introduction.
A theory of programming language semantics, part A by Robert Milne