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From play to knowledge: from visual to verbal?
Anthropology matters journal
This article relates my experiences using playful child-centred research techniques whilst undertaking research with Congolese refugee children in Zambia. Such techniques generate rich and varied information, and often in unexpected ways. They also create a format whereby the researcher and the children can interact and form relationships outside the usual social relationships of adult and child, researcher and informant. Given play's classification as enjoyable, social and educational, play asdoi:10.22582/am.v8i2.66 fatcat:prhvc4zwmjgpnpz2uxko2il2cy