Travelling the Journey: Understanding Mobility. Trajectories by Recreating Research Paths
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Using ethnographic material from a research project on urban daily mobility experiences in Santiago de Chile, the paper attempts to undertake both ideas: firstly, the way travel experiences can be explained through their trajectories and, secondly, the way research methods evolve as multiple experiences become unveiled. Starting from the text that emerges from ethnographies, the research uses photography, video, drawings and diagrams to explain the experiences and consequences of daily mobility in Santiago.
Quote ItemEn: Murray, Lesley and Upstone, Sara (eds.) Researching and Representing Mobilities. Transdisciplinary Encounters. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. Pp. 170-190
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