This 'On the Horizon'paper concerns creativity in the research process as a way to overcome unhelpful pre-understandings and 'false clarity'. This paper gives an idea of how we can allow research to be as complex and messy as reality. Cut-up and collage are introduced and suggested as a way of letting go of rational analysis and allowing subconscious observations to come forward. The research example is from a project examining the disciplinary characteristics of academic law in a research intensive university.
|Article number||Vol4 Issue 1|
|Journal||Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice|
|Early online date||6 Jul 2015|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2016|
- creative research methods