School of Health in Social Science

Margaret Chapman-Clarke

What ‘creative-relational inquiry' means to me.

Use of creative methods to inquire into what it means to be human. Honours subjectivity and different ways of representing knowledge. Puts relationship and relational ethics  at the heart of inquiry.

Intention at the heart is to minimise power differentials between 'researcher' and 'researched.'

Concerned with giving voice, or rather than 'giving,'  enabling.

 

Margaret Chapman-Clarke, Occupational/Positive Psychologist, calling for a turn to autoethnography in coaching psychology scholarship and practice.