2017. március 3., péntek

Keep questioning

I had a very interesting conversation with my adviser, Adesola. She helped me to recognise the method of research. 
I was lost in books and information and did not see the path or even the research topic. 

I understood that the analysis is not about desperately looking for answers to all of the questions but it is about collecting information, making comparisons and to continue asking questions.

It is similar to when we are watching a different dance character and we don't need to choose the best one. There is no necessary outcomes just an interesting experience. We can speak about experiences and share opinions as well as compare the differences in opinions. 

I am going to keep my focus on the questions in order to explore the field that I want to research. 

I don't know the final outcome but I think I will have more questions. 
I hope I am in the right direction. 
What do you think? Do you think the same? Why do you think the same? If not, why do you think differently?

2 megjegyzés:

  1. I very often have to remind myself to not look for answers when trying to develop an inquiry. I think it is an instinct to work towards a specific outcome where we know all the answers to all the questions. I'm not sure if that instinct is innate or if we are brought up this way... but I guess we will be a lot more open and the journey is going to be more interesting and richer in terms of the experience and information we will collect. So, thank you for reminding me!

  2. Yes, it is sometime hard to separate questions from answers, but they are not implicitly connected.