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Mind-mapping: A tool for eliciting and representing knowledge held by diverse informants

Meier, P., Belem, B., Fernandes, K., Hoggarth, E., Holland, B., Lewis, C., Morgan, K., Oatley, G., Santhanam, J. and Squires, P. (2007) Mind-mapping: A tool for eliciting and representing knowledge held by diverse informants. Social Research Updates (52).

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Abstract

Practical investigation of the use of mind-mapping at differ - ent stages of the research process: eliciting, representing and integrating knowledge

EPSRC-funded MAGNET project (developing theoretical models of gun crime to inform stakeholder decision-making about interventions)

Mind-maps were particularly useful for communication within our transdisciplinary team and brainstorming, interviews and focus groups with a diverse range of stakeholders.

Publication Type: Journal Article
Publisher: University Of Surrey. Dept. of Sociology
Copyright: © 2007 University of Surrey
URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/36168
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