Loch and Black use their chapter to potently question what counts as research and the work of researchers. Powerful connections between professional and personal experiences and knowledge are produced, assembled and made public using aesthetic methodologies of story, poetry and image. Throughout their chapter, Loch and Black explore research through relationship and assert that it is they, the researchers, who decide what research is or might be. Their compelling chapter invites other researchers to consider who they are in their research and how their stories can matter.
Constructing Methodology for Qualitative Research: Researching Education and Social Practices / Harreveld, Bobby, Danaher, Mike, Lawson, Celeste, Knight, Bruce Allen, Busch, Gillian (eds): pp.105-122