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Workshop 2.5: Visual ethnography (1)

I became interested in employing visual ethnography when I was writing the Methodology chapter. Throughout the research I’ve used photography to great extent, because it was not only a good source to record the site and fieldwork but also it would remind me of things that I missed out at first sight when I was actually on the site (for example, I wrote on my draft chapters that when I visited KCHH for the first time I was interested in taking pictures of the kiln, products and facilities, but later when I went through the photos on my desk I noticed that working mothers had their babies playing around in the workshop, which would explain that KCHH is family-friendly working environment and children becomes familiar with pottery production from very early age.) 1,104 more words


Census Data Dissemination Workshop

The Centre for the Study of Regional Development (CSRD), Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi,
and the Office of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner, India (ORGI), are jointly organizing… 405 more words


The Simple Things

We own 15 acres of land here – a gift we have been given the honor of caring for.  Most of that land is pasture, long opened up from the native oaks, cedars, and poplars that once covered it.  362 more words


Christmas Competition Results

A huge thank you to everyone who entered our Christmas Decoration Competition. We had many beautiful entries and the skill and passion demonstrated was great to see. 141 more words


This week´s activity


This activity is to practise reading and speaking.  Tell the students they are going to do a project about the UK.   63 more words


UTKAL MELA ORGANISED by National Thermal Power Corporation , Sector 33, Noida

An Origami Workshop was conducted on 20.12.2014 at Utkal Mela of NTPC (Natinal Thermal Power Corporation) at NTPC Township, Sector-33, Noida. In this programme children learnt Origami craft. 47 more words


My customers make great photographs. You can too!

This is a recent image made at my South Texas Bird Photography Workshop by Denver photographer, Richard Goluch. A repeat customer, Richard shot this aggressive pair of Green Jays from one of the permanent bird blinds at my last workshop in October. 231 more words

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