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Children, Mobility, and Space: Using GPS and Mobile Phone Technologies in Ethnographic Research

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  • This Article Discusses The Potentials Of A Mixed Methods Approach To The Study Of Children’S Mobil
  • The Methodology Presented Here Combined Ethnographic Fieldwork With Global Positioning System Techno
  • This Innovative Methodology Allowed The Researchers To Generate A Rich Understanding Of Children’S
  • The Study Combined Documentation Of Children’S Subjective Experiences With Systematic Observations
  • Mapping
  • And Survey Data
  • The Article Sets Out Lessons Learned For Future Mixed Methods Research Into Children’S Everyday Mo
  • One Such Lesson Was That It Required The Interdisciplinary Research Team To Cooperate Closely Throug
  • Support
  • And Coordination Of Activities And Perspectives
  • The Approach Also Promoted The Children’S Commitment To The Study
  • <Br /> Keyword: Mobility
  • Gps Technologies
  • Ethnography
  • Children
  • Mixed Methods

Abstract

Children, Mobility, and Space: Using GPS and Mobile Phone Technologies in Ethnographic Research - DTU Orbit (16/04/14) Children, Mobility, and Space: Using GPS and Mobile Phone Technologies in Ethnographic Research - DTU Orbit (16/04/14) Christensen, Pia; Mikkelsen, Miguel Romero; Nielsen, Thomas Alexander Sick; Harder, Henrik / Children, Mobility, and Space: Using GPS and Mobile Phone Technologies in Ethnographic Research. In: Journal of Mixed Methods Research, Vol. 5, No. 3, 2011, p. 227-246. Publication: Research - peer-review › Journal article – Annual report year: 2011

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