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12 Writing and presenting analysis

Writing as analysis Research diaries Modes of presentation The aim of this chapter is to reflect on the ways in which writing and other forms of presentation can play a part in the process of working with qualitative data as well as acting as forms of dissemination of the outcomes of this process. It is common for people to talk about ‘writing up’ their research as if the process of writing is a neutral form of representating a completed process of analysis. While it is clearly essential to draw a line under the process of analyzing data at some point and to move on to represent the outcomes both in the form of text (a thesis or a journal article, for instance) and presentations (say, at a conference or seminar), it would be wrong to see writing and presentation as just a means of representation. During the process of analysis, ...

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