A Methodology for the Research-minded Practitioner
This chapter serves as a bridge between the first three chapters, which have been concerned with broad general themes and theoretical issues in research and practice, and the following chapters which focus on stages of the practice process: formulating the issues and preparation, groundwork and access; engaging with subjects to generate data; analysing practice data; and evaluating practice. Our intention now is to begin to develop a methodology for research-minded practice. We consider in this chapter particular aspects of research methodology, particularly those of participatory research, that may usefully inform the practice methodology of the researchminded practitioner.
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