Category: Social Change Curation

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Protected: Journal Shopping

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Protected: Why am I writing a paper on Social Change Curation?

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Protected: A philosophy angle?

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Download The Social Change Curators’ Manifesto!

The content was complete in 2019 but this colourful beauty was only finished this month!

Moving forward…

So I’ve settled on my structure. Lovely. Now what about the rest of the question?

Finding ‘Structure’

In my last interlude with Structure, I learned that I needed to lay out the structures I have discovered from my research and decide how I will select one that best fits me. So let’s start by defining the structural options I’ve unearthed with my research.

Defining ‘Structure’

I sat down just now to do the final step of my findings – combine the merged interview map and the merged review map into one final map – but then I looked up at my post-it which was supposed to keep me on track and I scrutinized my question again.

The Social Change Curators' Manifesto

As Cheryl Jefferson did with Human Rights in Breaking Criminal Traditions, and People United do with Art & Kindness in every project, and Clare Patey with all her empathy building installations.

Clusters, filters, themes, maps & patterns

I have a funny feeling my data analysis isn’t as fully developed as it could be. The main reason for this feeling is how close my initial thoughts on analysis were to the information I read about data analysis.

Transcription – How hard can it be? *snort*

Let me begin with – Oh My Sweet baby Jesus! Why does no one warn you about doing transcriptions for yourself.