On modern fables and story-telling in public space: Christos Varvantakis shares an excerpt from the field
We are curious about the geographies of encountering public life and the political in everyday life. Where do encounters with public life take place?
What happens to ethics when the process of conducting research itself becomes public? What do we do when adults or parents intervene in data collection?
Dr Sevasti-Melissa Nolas talks about child participants’ own research agendas, and using playing and games as methodology
Dr Christos Varvantakis explores ‘coming of age’ tropes and temporalities in childhood play, and how ethics and anonymity are understood and enacted
Dr Vinnarasan Aruldoss describes moments of banter and teasing in fieldwork, and how these help in building research relationships with children