Using four voices, we created a movie review of Kitchen Stories, a Scandinavian movie ostensibly about a research project, but with layers of meaning extending beyond research into relationships, wider communities, and teaching. As friends and colleagues, our co-authored review/essay allowed each of us room to elaborate numerous themes that can inform and support a variety of researchers and practitioners. This writing also confirmed our belief that contemporary movies can be evocative learning devices for professionals.
Movies, Research, Neutrality, Conversations, Relationships, Teaching
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Wulff, D., St. George, S., Harper-Jaques, S., & Jaques, L. (2012). Kitchen Stories: A Review. The Qualitative Report, 17(44), 1-10. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2012.1713