In Chapter three we argued that you should always return to your original research question when you encounter unexpected deliberative moments where the choice of how to proceed is a difficult one. Your research question is the first principle of your research project: it is what orients and sustains it, and it is what makes it both compelling to do research and to learn about others’ research.
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