- Published on: 2017-12-18
- Event hosted by: NCRM
- Keywords: participatory methods | biographical methods | arts-based research |
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O'Neill, M. , Reynolds, T. (2020) Walking as a participatory, performative and mobile method. National Centre for Research Methods online learning resource. Available at https://www.ncrm.ac.uk/resources/online/participatory_research_methods/ [ accessed: May 31, 2020]'
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- O'Neill, M. (2015) 'Body and Image-Space: walking, transition and belonging' in Crossing Borders: Transition and Nostalgia in Contemporary Art Edited by Dr Ming Turner and Dr Outi Remes, Taipei: Artouch Publications.
- O'Neill, M. and Stenning, P. (2014) Walking biographies and innovations in visual and participatory methods: Community, Politics and Resistance in Downtown East Side Vancouver in The Medialization of Auto/Biographies:Different Forms and their Communicative Contexts co-edited by Heinz,C. and Hornung, G. Hamburg:UVK
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