The walking interview : Methodology , mobility and place

@inproceedings{EvansTheWI,
  title={The walking interview : Methodology , mobility and place},
  author={James Evans and Phil Jones}
}
Social scientists have begun engaging with participants ‘on the move’ in a variety of ways. This paper presents the results of a pilot study, which deployed a qualitative GIS technique to analyse the effectiveness of walked interviews in capturing data relating to people’s understanding of place. We give an account of the walking interview exploring two issues: the relationship between what people say and where they say it; and qualitative and quantitative differences between data generated by… CONTINUE READING

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