Something that I’ve often thought about is the way that we use different media whilst travelling. As someone who takes a lot of photos and videos just in everyday life, going on holiday increases this tenfold because I want to capture everything around me so I can revisit the moment vividly even after I get… Continue reading But First… Let Me Take a Selfie
In The Chicago Guide to Collaborative Ethnography, Lassiter says that “in the communities in which we work, study, or practice, we cannot possibly carry out our unique craft without engaging others in the context of their real, everyday lives” (2005, p.15). To me, this statement means that we as researchers would not be able to… Continue reading Collaborate for a Better View
The project that I put together is one that I am proud of, even though there were parts that could’ve been better. Conducting interviews was outside of my comfort zone, however once I started it got easier as I went along. I feel that each of the steps I took to complete this project were… Continue reading A Quick Reflection
When conducting a research project, there are many things that have to be considered. From ethics, to interview construction, to background research - there's always something to be doing. One main thing I've learnt from this is that time management is key. In order to make sure everything gets completed on time, I've created a… Continue reading Research Update: What’s happening?
Coming from a tiny island in the middle of the English Channel, I knew that if I wanted to pursue higher education I would only have two options; college or university. While the college courses offered in Jersey are well-taught, they are limited in variety. University options were either through the college, online or overseas… Continue reading Campus Living: Is it really all it’s cracked up to be?