Walking methodologies in a more-than-human world [electronic resource] : WalkingLab /
Stephanie Springgay and Sarah E. Truman.
Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018.
pages cm.
9781138293762 (hbk), 9781315231914 (ebk)
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Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018.
9781138293762 (hbk)
9781315231914 (ebk)
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Walking-with place through geological forces and land-centred knowledges -- Sensory inquiry and affective intensities in walking research -- Transmaterial walking methodologies : affective labour and a sonic walk -- An immanent account of movement in walking methodologies : re-thinking participation beyond a logic of inclusion -- On the need for methods beyond proceduralism : speculative middles, (in)tensions, and response-ability in research -- "To the landless" : walking as counter cartographies and anarchiving practices -- Reflective inversions and narrative cartographies : disrupting outcomes based models of walking in schools -- A walking-writing practice : queer the trail.
"This book extends existing walking research to think beyond the human as the privileged mode of moving from point to point, of being affected, and the 'how' of doing research. Based on case studies from on multi-year, multi-site projects around the world, Walking Methodologies in a More-than-human World introduces the diversity of existing walking methodologies across the social sciences and humanities, whilst challenge human-centric and phenomenological research on walking through an attention to theories of movement, affect and relationality. Analysing new types of walking methodologies, this volume will appeal to scholars and researchers with interests in research methods and education"--
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