Excitement, bewilderment and emergence: exploring a life world through writing as first person inquiry.

Submitted by Rob Farrands for the degree of PhD at the University of Bath 2007.

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Introduction: - pdf (462kb)

Chapter 1: - Writing as an emergent process of inquiry - pdf(397kb)

Chapter 2: - Writing and my life - pdf  (429kb)

Chapter 3: - Disconnection - pdf  (604kb)

Chapter 4: - Re- thinking my situation in the world - pdf  (616kb)

Chapter 5: - Conclusions and new questions - pdf  (604kb)

Appendix: catalogue of doctoral writing from March 2001 to February 2007 - pdf (296kb)

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