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



Over the past five years, RUFUS STONE has been viewed in  academic, community and sevice provider settings throughout the U.K. Uploaded to the Internet for just over a year, the film was viewed on line by more that 12 thousand viewers in 150 cou...

Bournemouth University’s Centre for Qualitative Research (CQR) is proud to announce its developing association with the online, qualitative journal, The Qualitative Report (TQR). Electronically published from Nova-Southeastern University in Florida...

A very formal email from the Editor of the International Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods greeted me first thing this morning: it’s their pleasure to officially accept my manuscript for the Encyclopedia. I have been working on this en...

Attendants at the Creative Writing for Academics Workshop at Bournemouth University. Some hold copies of the photograph from which they created a story.-->The most frequent advice from Kip Jones to participants was “Flip it!” “Flip it!”...

The brief was thus: "Each participant gives a maximum 5 minute ONE SLIDE presentation about their research aspirations for the coming years". I chose Scene 1. from "Copacetica", a feature-length film that I am writing. A 'mélologue' is a spoken de...

The Centre for Qualitative has received approval to continue as a Research Centre within Bournemouth University and will be led b  Kip Jones as Centre Director and Caroline Ellis-Hill  as Deputy Director. The Centre will be part of the n...

Ever wondered about social media for academics? Join us for an informal chat about the possibilities on Friday 8 January in Room 508 Royal London House, Lansdowne Campus, Bournemouth University 12:30-2:00 p.m. Feel free to bring your lunch.