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No matter how much I try to loosen up, J. Speedy & J. ), Creative Practitioner Inquiry in the Helping Professsions, 17–21. © 2014 Sense Publishers. All rights reserved. MCCLAIN PERCY writing always feels like a translation of pictures of my head versus version originale. Combining reading, writing, and imagery attempts to access levels of thought below the synthesis that occurs when I write, allowing me a depth to examine and trouble my most basic assumptions and held knowledges. Springgay et al.

2000). Writing: A method of inquiry. In N. Denzin & Y. ), Handbook of qualitative research (pp. 923-948). Newbury Park, CA: Sage. Richardson, L. (2002). Poetic representation of interviews. In J. Gubrium, J. & J. ), Postmodern interviewing (pp. 187-202). London: Sage. , & St Pierre, E. (2005). Writing: A method of inquiry. In N. Denzin, & Y. ), Sage handbook of qualitative Research (pp. 959-978). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 20 SEEING LEARNING DISABILITY Smith, P. (1999). Food Truck’s party hat. Qualitative Inquiry, 5(2), 244-61.

There is something true about laughter. A jewel discovered. Who can doubt that it must be the Dzo who are being chased—for sure, he would not move up the mountain otherwise. Yet Who can doubt that the Dzo is leading us—for sure I would not walk unless he went in front. *** I could interview cattle herders. I could ask them questions about what it is like to herd cattle. About the changing times, about what they see as cattle herding knowledge, but I would not ‘feel’ this knowledge. I enjoy writing this, enjoy the swaying that inhabits me as I do so, knowledge that can only be poorly communicated, only felt.

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