I’m not dancing, I’m zigzagging

A second outing for a methodological investigation considering the metaphors we use to describe qualitative researching and the metaphors participants use to describe their experiences. My intention is to move from a metaphor of dance to a metaphor of zigzagging to more precisely explain the methodologies of realist (qualitative) research. I’m not dancing, I’m zigzagging was presented at the @LSJ_Leeds Seminar at Leeds University on the 18th March 2015.

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