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Brickstorming: Using Materials to Elicit Meaning in Research Interviews

Helen Williams Orcid Logo, Katrina Pritchard Orcid Logo

Nurturing Modalities of Inquiry in Entrepreneurship Research: Seeing the World Through the Eyes of Those Who Research, Volume: 17, Pages: 91 - 108

Swansea University Authors: Helen Williams Orcid Logo, Katrina Pritchard Orcid Logo

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This chapter draws upon our experiences of using materials in research interviews.We build on the work of Woodward (2016, 2020) by reflexively exploringhow our use of material objects; in this case, Lego enabled both participantsand researchers to connect more fully with the entrepreneurial phenomen...

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Published in: Nurturing Modalities of Inquiry in Entrepreneurship Research: Seeing the World Through the Eyes of Those Who Research
ISBN: 978-1-80262-186-0 978-1-80262-185-3
ISSN: 978-1-80262-185-
Published: Emerald Publishing, Floor 5, Northspring, 21-23 Wellington Street, Leeds LS1 4DL Emerald Publishing Limited 2023
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URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa63682
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Abstract: This chapter draws upon our experiences of using materials in research interviews.We build on the work of Woodward (2016, 2020) by reflexively exploringhow our use of material objects; in this case, Lego enabled both participantsand researchers to connect more fully with the entrepreneurial phenomenaunder investigation (Williams et al., 2021). In doing so, we unpack how ouruse of objects reveals the research interview as a more complex phenomenonthan is typically represented (Gubrium et al., 2012).
College: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Start Page: 91
End Page: 108