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Blogging as a research tool

March 20, 2009
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So I’ve set up this blog in aid of my PhD research. In all honesty I started blogging at the encouragement of one of my supervisors. I have also come to think that this blog may be a useful method  for all my supervisors, friends, colleagues and family members to keep track, should you...

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Editorial Policy

March 20, 2009
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This site is conducted under the Australian National University policies and guidelines in relation to attribution, plagiarism and ethical behaviour. Side by Side will not post private emails or other communications from readers without permission, and definitely does not sell email addresses. If you wish to leave a comment on side by side please be...

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How to leave a comment

March 20, 2009
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 Readers may post a comment by following the “No Comments” or “Comments” link at the bottom of each post. (“No Comments” simply means no comments have been sent yet.) Commenters are asked to leave a genuine email address, but this is not published. Contributors should be aware of our comments policy and our undertaking not to...

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how to navigate this blog

March 20, 2009
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There are three ways to navigate around the archive contained in Side by Side:  1. Clicking on one of the categories listed in the footer (at the bottom of the page) will take you to a list of all posts which fall within that category. Clicking on the post title will reveal the full text and...

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Comments Policy

March 20, 2009
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Comments Policy The opportunity for readers to post comments is available on the site. If you choose to leave a comment on side by side, our policy is that all comments will be moderated by the editors prior to publication. If a comment is off-topic, antagonistic, racist, sexist, or constitute exchanges which reflect personal...

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Copyright Policy

March 20, 2009
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Copyright policy Ownership of comments made at this site rests with the individual, and the authors of Side by Side are not able to grant permission to reproduce them Unless otherwise stated, copyright in published images is held by Maya Haviland. Where copyright in an image is claimed (eg. by a photographer or organisation),...

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Maya

February 13, 2009
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Maya

  This is Maya – playing with images on the Derby marsh in Western Australia – just posting this so you can see what I look like!

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picking up the threads

February 12, 2009
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The aim of the Side by Side blog is to open up dialogue with other people around the world who are engaged in collaborative art and ethnography practice. Overtime I hope to build up an online gallery of works made in collaborative art and ethnography projects, as well as discussions and reflections...

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Participatory Visual Education

February 5, 2009
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Over the past weeks I have had a number of conversations with Yang Kun, a visiting research fellow at the Research School of the Humanities at the Australian National University, from Yunan in China. He has been involved with Yunfest, an independant documentary film festival in China, as well as in Participatory Visual Education...

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