Being a change maker is hard. Consider today’s graphic novel post a quick theoretical action guide.
A guest post (by William Faulkner, João Martinho, and Heather Muntzer) put up on my friend Stephanie Evergreen’s blog sparked a big discussion in the comment section. I’ll paraphrase a little… Stats People – You don’t understand anything. Confidence intervals really stand for blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. So this is […]
“Oh yeah, we have someone like you.” I remember when I first heard that. I thought to myself, “really, you have a cartooning sociologist techie and blogger who also happens to have a decade of experience in research and evaluation?” That’s not what they meant of course. What they really meant was that they had a creative. […]
Far too many research and evaluation teams prioritize high quality dissemination like I prioritize learning a second language. It’s definitely on my list of things to do one day, but it’s so far down in priority that unless something changes it will likely never happen. So instead, we keep with the status quo. We write […]
Today’s cartoon comes from a set I created for Michael Quinn Patton.
Today’s cartoon inspired by David Fetterman, who left this in a comment on last Friday’s ethnography blog post. For those who don’t know David, he’s written a significant book on the subject. Wonderful posting and drawing of course. You might add the role of cultural interpretation to the mix. The difference between the wink and […]