Written by: Gioel Gioacchino; Edited By: Denisse Albornoz 

Taking field notes is the bread and butter of good research. This is a field note technique to reflect on the different masks we wear in our interactions. You’ll write letters to friends, family and colleagues as a way to reflect over the research experience through different voices.

Our experience using this technique

The name ‘One, No One and One Hundred Thousand’ is inspired by a famous italian novel in which a character becomes aware that there are many versions of himself, and has a sort of existential freakout. Gioel is experimenting with it as a PhD field note technique.

Research and Development

What are we trying to understand about the community?
Why is it important for the community’s development?
At what stage(s) of the research cycle is this method used?

Step-by-step:

What do I need?
How long does it take?
Preparation:

Benefits and Challenges  

What are the benefits of using this technique?
What are the challenges of using this technique?

Adaptability

How to adapt the technique
Tips and Traps :

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