Vinnarasan Aruldoss explores messy emotions in everyday life, and calls for a new framework to recognise the value of emotion and affect in researchRead More
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Author: Vinnarasan Aruldoss
Vinnarasan Aruldoss reflects on how children’s experiences of public places impact everyday life, play, visiting friends, and navigating neighbourhoodsRead More
Vinnarasan Aruldoss explores the ways participants create symbolically private and public spaces through material practicesRead More
The concept of play has attained an undisputable place in childhood scholarship where the naturalisation and orthodoxy is hardly been questioned in theory and practice until recently (see Cook, 2016). The liberal notion of play is assumed beneficial for children, besides developmental needs, for enabling agency, participation, and voice. Play is also commercialised and politicised …Read More
Dr Vinnarasan Aruldoss describes strangers interrupting research dynamics and flows, touching on the ethical challenge for privacy in close-knit communitiesRead More