Where do we find them, and where can we observe signals of this relationship to inform + expand our perspective?
Part 1: Relationship Selection
Select one relationship that emerged for you in your self-study, that you seek to understand more in the external world. Write a statement clarifying your research intent.
* HERE I CHOSE- STRESS as the relationship
Part 2: Mapping (1 page)
Create a mind-map of this relationship landscape. Where are relevant sites it would emerge? Circle and categorize. Who might have this relationship? Circle, categorize + denote what sites are connected to them. What items might signal this relationship? Where do we find them, and where can we observe signals of this relationship to inform + expand our perspective? Your mind map should be loosely structured, and non-hierarchical.
Part 3: Objectives (field notes 1 page, observations on culture, meaning, + hypotheses 1 page)
Select ONE observation technique appropriate for your selected relationship topic from class, or Design Research Techniques to utilize and deploy for your research. Inscribe and conduct descriiptive field notes, seeking to understand the culture and meaning of this relationship.
Reflect (final page): What did I enjoy about this method? What was challenging? What would I practice differently, to improve?
*plz add more on the mindmap