Documentation Guidelines for Unusual Source Types, Writing Process Research Project
- photos you took
- video you shot
- participant drawings
- images reproduced from Prior & Shipka article
- interview quotations (alphabetic text form)
- photos/video recordings
- participant drawings
1. photos you took:
2. video you shot:
Figure 2: Laura Talks about Her Writing Process in the Dorms
3. picture drawn by research participant:
4. images reproduced from Prior & Shipka article
5. written quotations from interview:
…However, from top left, she also depicted her classroom, the engineering library (Grainger), a bus, and the food court in the student union (labeled with the names of two food chains). She explained how she immediately thought of doing something different in class when the assignment was given and settled rapidly on the idea of doing a word search:
Ah, well right when they had, they had said it, like, I, I had an idea right away, like, what I wanted to do. I wanted to do something different because this was, this was based on something they want you to be able to like live by so I knew I wanted something that was 250 words on a piece of paper and, um, right in class, like, they, they told us about it and I started, like, thinking of all the different possible words and, I knew I couldn’t get them all to go in 250 words, so I figured the best way to do is probably a word search. (Neuman [unless sentence leading into quote identifies speaker])
Thus, as the class moved on to other activities, Neuman began working in her head on this assignment. She also indicated in the interview that she had worked on this assignment during that week in several classes (when she got bored). Clearly, her work on this project was diffuse, dispersed across multiple scenes. This dispersion, Neuman indicated, was typical, but more extensive than usual (e.g., noting that she rarely worked on the bus) because she was so engaged in this task…
Bibliographic Citation Formats:
1. photos or video you shot:
Your Last Name, Your First Name. “Photo or Video Title/Description.” Date Created. Digital File Type.
2. pictures participants drew:
Participant Last Name, Participant First Name. “Drawing Title/Description.” Date Created. Drawing.
3. interviews you conducted:
Participant Last Name, Participant First Name. Personal interview. Date Interview Conducted.