Qualitative Research Journal: Volume 24 Issue 1


Table of contents - Special Issue: Methodological entanglements – public pedagogy research

Guest Editors: Karen Charman

Poetic inquiry: a tool for decolonising qualitative research

Samantha Cooms, Vicki Saunders

Poetic inquiry is an approach that promotes alternate perspectives about what research means and speaks to more diverse audiences than traditional forms of research. Across…

Disrupting the rhetoric of education: separating the spin of teaching and learning from the reality

Ligia Pelosi

The Instagram site, teacherwhispers, was created as part of a qualitative research project that chronicled the stories and lived experience of preservice and graduate teachers…

Ethics of care: pedagogical encounters from Oceania

Belinda Mary MacGill, Sangeeta Jattan, Dropati Lal, Babra Narain, Bec Neill, Teupola Nayaca, Alexandra Diamond, Ufemia Camaitoga

The purpose of this paper is to explicate the links between public pedagogy, ethics of care and storying as a methodology and method in Oceania.

A reflection on the intergenerational maps project as pedagogical performance

Iffat Khatoon

The paper aims to explore the intergenerational maps project that set out to map the Brimbank and Moonee Valley residents' awareness of their favourite aspects of their local…

Towards an understanding of how school climate strikes work as public pedagogy

Bronwyn A. Sutton

School climate strikes are opening spaces of appearance, becoming differently active forms of public pedagogy where new and previously unthought collective climate action is…

Knowledge in the public realm – the educative agent

Karen Charman

The purpose of the project was to intervene in a deficit reading of communities. This article engages public pedagogy in a way that suggests a new approach to the field. To this…

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