KIPWORLD

Blog URL:http://kipworldblog.blogspot.com/
Blog Tags:performative, research, social science, qualitative, arts-based, film
Country:United Kingdom
State/Province:Dorset
Location:Bournemouth

Kip Jones' musings and reports on Performative Social Science, or the use of tools from the arts in researching and/or disseminating qualitative data.



Latest Blog Posts



Sad news to hear that pioneer Mary Gergen has left us . She was a front-runner as a woman in academics, feminism, Social Constructionism, relationships, blended families, and great at bringing "performance" to all of these.Mary and her husband Ken G...

We are in the process of pitching an edited book on Performative Social Science with contributions to Chapters from 19 colleagues from around the world.Below is an updated list of my writing that I have done so far on PSS:Jones, K. (2017) “Emotivit...

Man in a Ditch

on Jul 8, 2020

Murano Island, Venice“You must never smile like that... you must never smile like that at anyone”.Venice was a struggle … three times. The first time for me, the ship was stuck in the harbour at Dubrovnik with a broken propeller and couldn’t...

Zoom by Kip Jones

on Apr 17, 2020

ZoomBy Kip JonesHal(In his best presentational voice)Okay. Ready for our regular meeting.Using Zoom today.Everybody ready and willing?(laughs to himself)TracyHello?  You there?Can you hear me?DickI’M HERE! CAN YOU SEE ME?EthelMy screen just we...

I am retiring at the end of February from Bournemouth University. My plan is to do some writing that I have been meaning to get to for some time.  One of the discussions with a publisher is a book about Performative Social Science.More a doer th...

A Chapter on Performative Social Science for the International Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods by Dr Kip Jones has achieved 1500+ reads on ResearchGate.Performative Social Science (PSS) is an arts-led method of research and dissem...

Announcement

on Jan 1, 2020

After 15 years at Bournemouth University, I have decided to retire at the end of February. It was not an easy decision and the reasons are many and layered. Suffice it to say here that it was becoming an environment in which it was more and more diff...