The Centre for Qualitative Research is running a series of South West Doctoral Training Partnership (SWDTP)-Funded Demand-Led Qualitative Innovation Sessions.
This webinar is part of the demand-led qualitative innovation sessions. These sessions will provide a deeper and more theoretical exploration of qualitative methods. These webinar-style sessions will consist of 5 stand-alone Demand-Led Qualitative Innovations sessions, delivered on a monthly basis to up to 300 students online. View an overview of all workshops in this series.
Summary of Webinar 4
In this session, Harriet will share her experiences of using visual methods, including participant-led photography and Instagram.
Based on several field studies across hair salons, offices, and university buildings, Harriet will show how these methods can help us understand more about the lived experiences of organisational space and place.
Dr Harriet Shortt is Associate Professor of Organisation Studies at the University of the West of England and writes about organisational space and the materiality of work.
She uses visual and arts-based methods in her research and teaching practice and is currently co-authoring two books on visual methods and analysis with her friend and colleague Professor Samantha Warren.
Harriet’s work has been published in journals such as Organizational Research Methods, Human Relations, Management Learning and the International Journal of Work, Organisation and Emotion.
She has recently completed a large-scale visual study on the post-occupancy evaluation of a new university building, and is currently designing a new visual study that explores experiences of re-wilding at an outdoor activity centre.