Select SAGE journal articles are available to give you even more insight into different chapter topics. These are also an ideal resource to help support your literature reviews, dissertations and assignments.
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Bagnoli, A. (2009) 'Beyond the standard interview: the use of graphic elicitation and arts-based methods', Qualitative Research, 9: 547‒70.
Darbyshire, P., C. MacDougall, and W. Schiller (2005) 'Multiple methods in qualitative research with children: More insight or just more?', Qualitative Research, 5: 417‒36.
Keats, P.A. (2009) 'Multiple text analysis in narrative research: visual, written, and spoken stories of experience', Qualitative Research, 9: 181‒95.
Mannay, D. (2010) 'Making the familiar strange: can visual research methods render the familiar setting more perceptible?', Qualitative Research, 10: 91‒111.
Murray, L. (2009) 'Looking at and looking back: visualization in mobile research', Qualitative Research, 9: 469‒88.
Favero, Paolo. ‘Getting Our Hands Dirty (again): Interactive Documentaries and the Meaning of Images in the Digital Age’, Journal of Material Culture 18 (3) (September 1, 2013): 259–77. doi:10.1177/1359183513492079.
Franzen, Sarah. ‘Engaging a Specific, Not General, Public: The Use of Ethnographic Film in Public Scholarship’, Qualitative Research 13 (4) (2013): 414–27. doi:10.1177/1468794113488410.