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



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...

Chance of a Lifetime!--> Win a huge framed RUFUS STONE marquee poster (43” X 33”) --> We are moving out of our offices to a new building in the New Year. I will not be able to take the poster with me. It has been in my office sin...

Notes on Narrative

on Oct 6, 2019

Quoc Bao Duong, creatively writes a story based only on a single image of a specific person in a specific place. No other information is given. A photograph can capture a moment just after something has happened, or just before something is about to...

Bournemouth University & Space Youth Dorset Invite Generation Z youth (16-21 years)to a Project Zed Workshop in“Creative uses of digital media to express your stories”with Michelle CannonMichelle Cannon, PhD is a lecturer and researcher at Th...

"Look what I've found"

on Aug 15, 2019

How I remember seeing Ethel Merman in a revival of 'Annie Get Your Gun'! She must have been in her sixties then, belting out the Irving Berlin tunes that he wrote specifically for her to sing. During intermission we sneaked into an empty box ove...

The following is a transcript* of Kip Jones’ contribution to interviews on biographic research conducted by Joanna Thurston and Louise Oliver, Jones’ colleagues at Bournemouth University. The pair interviewed Jones for their film, "It's not resea...

The Big Night

on Jul 6, 2019

I was assisting Trevor in a fitting for a white formal shirt attached to boxer shorts. Supposedly, these are designed so that the shirt doesn’t ride up making one look untidy over an evening. It’s the sort of thing that the male dancers on Strict...