SAGE Journal Articles
Select SAGE journal articles are available to give you more insight into chapter topics. These are also an ideal resource to help support your literature reviews, dissertations and assignments.
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Garrett, B. (2011) ‘Videographic geographies: Using digital video for geographic research’, Progress in Human Geography, 35 (4): 521–41.
This article looks at how geographers have engaged with film and video over time and the ways in which videographic production is enriching geographical research, particularly in the context of non-representational theory.
Gallagher, M. and Prior, J. (2013) ‘Sonic geographies: Exploring phonographic methods’, Progress in Human Geography, 38 (2): 267–84.
This paper is a fantastic overview of the epistemological implications of phonographic methods as used by geographers writing about both recording and listening to sound.
Dowling, R., Lloyd, K. and Suchet-Pearson, S. (2015) ‘Qualitative methods 1: Enriching the interview’, Progress in Human Geography, 39.
Here Dowling et al give us an overview of the ways in which qualitative methods of interviewing are being transformed by technologies and mobilities. Their discussion of autoethnographies, more-than-textual methodologies and capturing social life are astute and useful.