Does anyone have literature about holographic writing?
I’m planning on writing a methodological paper drawing on my experience reporting ethnographic research. Briefly, something I did in one of my articles was to create “characters” based on the commonalities of “types” of informants and the commonalities of their narratives (i.e. nurses who marry doctors, male nurses who are also firefighters, etc). This was meant to protect the identity of individual participants, but I haven’t been able so far to articulate this from a theoretical vantage point.
Any thoughts on this?
Thank you for your attention.
Ricardo A. Ayala, PhD
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Department of Sociology
5 Korte Meer, 9000 Gent
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