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The methodological tools that I chose to use in each phase of the research are now explained and discussed within the narrative story of my study with examples and literature to support that process. This is necessarily detailed and concerned with both strategy and methodological theory as I need to tell the story of the decisions made, stepping out of the narrative along the way to gather some things together and muster support from writers living and dead, from near and far away in order to situate my thinking, my decisions and my strategies within the chosen framework.
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