Getting the week off with some research reading and summarizing via #5Papers, I wanted to dive back into my world of qualitative inquiry with
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Leave it to those pesky #western106 folks to demand (ok, challenge us) to write a verse of the lousy song Home on the Range. Lousy insofar as I could never relate to the song at all; a home on the range never appealed to me. In fact, it downright terrifies me, but that is for another post. Perhaps.
Going back to the original poem The Western Home, I shall do my best,
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I have been successful for years avoiding the open, creative, unruly, unending lifestyle that is Digital Storytelling. To be #ds106 again . . .
But, no more.
I was sucked into it in a most unlikely way, one that even now
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I was attracted to this article because it links my work in liminality (that in-between period, as in a rite of passage) with organizational studies, specifically via creative knowledge-sharing. What could be better than that for #5Papers?
1/ Today I read Swan, Scarbrough, & Ziebro (2015) Liminal roles as a source of creative agency in management:
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