If we take the view that the tools we use for certain actions do not simply facilitate them, but they ultimately transform them in a mutually constitutive way, then the study of one (actor) necessitates the study of the other (actor). As such, an approach known as Actor […]
My latest lecture on the levels of learning, using Bloom’s taxonomy, advice from Prof Alan Macfarlane, and the STRIDE project.
Having scoped the literature, although not completely exhaustively, a conclusion that can be drawn from the mass of differing evidence seen is that research outcomes appear to be dependent on their particular contexts and specific methodologies employed in each case. Whether writers – both skilled and un-skilled – […]
The first year of a PhD usually involves a study of research methods, strategies of inquiry, and epistemological and ontological underpinnings of research. Our ontology, or better termed worldview (Creswell, 2009), is the lens through which we look at our research problem. Whilst this is inevitably connected to […]