Narrative as research paradigm

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Leavy, P. (2015). Narrative inquiry and fiction-based research. In: Method meets art: arts-based research practice., 2nd ed. New York, NY: Guilford Press, 39–74.

Performative as research paradigm

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Markussen, T. 2005. Practising performativity: transformative moments in research.
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Performative acts and performativity as theoretical constructs

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The intersubjective and the intercorporeal

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Research methods in the social sciences

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Research methods in art and design

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