Shared-story approaches in outdoor studies: the HEAR (Hermeneutics, Auto/Ethnography and Action Research) ‘listening’ methodological model

Hayes, Tracy and Prince, Heather (2019) Shared-story approaches in outdoor studies: the HEAR (Hermeneutics, Auto/Ethnography and Action Research) ‘listening’ methodological model. In: Humberstone, Barbara and Prince, Heather, (eds.) Research methods in outdoor studies. Routledge Advances in Outdoor Studies series . Routledge, Taylor & Francis, Oxford, UK.

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Abstract

Capturing the voices of practitioners and participants in outdoor experiences as data in qualitative research, demands imaginative, creative and practical methodologies, embedded within sound ethical frameworks. In this chapter, we explore shared-story approaches as ways in which experiences can be considered, analysed critically and conceptualised to give ‘testimony’ - a recognisable way of constructing meaning and disseminating research findings. We illustrate HEAR (Hermeneutics, (Auto)Ethnographic Action Research) as a methodological ‘listening’ model and a form of praxiography, rooted in the use of fables and stories to convey findings. This transdisciplinary method has meaning and application within and out with outdoor contexts.

Item Type: Book Section
Publisher: Routledge, Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9780367188832
Departments: Pre June 2020 Academic Departments and Services > Academic Departments > Science, Natural Resources & Outdoor Studies (SNROS) > Outdoor Studies
Additional Information: Chapter 14 within book.
Depositing User: Heather Prince
Date Deposited: 20 Feb 2019 11:15
Last Modified: 06 Jul 2021 09:01
URI: https://insight.cumbria.ac.uk/id/eprint/4486

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