(2007). Pinboards and books: Learning, materiality and juxtaposition.
In: Kritt, David and Winegar, Lucien T. eds.
Education and Technology: Critical Perspectives, Possible Futures.
Lexington Books, pp. 125–150.
How might we know and represent non-coherent realities? Using the example of the UK's 2001 outbreak of foot and mouth disease, this chapter juxtaposes a patchwork of not particularly consistent narratives and descriptions of the epidemic and its consequences, before arraying them visually on a pinboard in a way that respects both their relations and their mutual irreducibility.
||2007 Lexington Books
||non-coherence; method; research methods; social science research methods; social theory; sts; science, technology and society; foot and mouth disease
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