The final working day was a rather busy and stressful one. We spent the first hour assembling a list of newspaper articles for our thematic analysis but also had to “volunteer” an hour each to be participants in the experiments other groups were conducting (seemingly mainly on variations of memory).
With overlapping volunteering, our momentum was lost to an extent and it seemed to take quite long to get our first order coding done (although it was based on nearly 60 pages of articles) and we didn’t really get into 2nd order coding until well after lunch with sorting themes out running into the evening.
In the midst of that we had the tutorial on the report that we’ve to write for the course.
The schizophrenic lecture was fascinating and the only downside is that we only had the abbreviated version (it used to run well over two hours) but we have a video on it to look forward to later.
Finally there was the final performance of the DXR222 panto as, sadly, it’s “RIP DXR222 2002-2015”.Copyright © 2004-2014 by Foreign Perspectives. All rights reserved.