Body Mapping

by Jeannine Wintzer

Innerhalb partizipativer Forschungsprojekte wird die Methode des Body Mappings überwiegend von Forschenden der Emotional, Feminist, Health Geographies angewendet, um qualitative Daten über die subjektiven Erfahrungen der Forschungsteilnehmenden zu gewinnen, die sich hauptsächlich auf körperliche Erfahrungen beziehen.

 

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