Who the hell was that? Stories, bodies and actions in the world

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Carless, D;

This article explores a two-way relationship between stories and the experiential actions of bodies in the world. Through an autoethnographic approach, the article presents a series of interlinked story fragments in an effort to show and evoke a feel for the ways in whi... View more
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