Meier, P.S. (2007) Mind-mapping: a tool for eliciting and representing knowledge held by diverse informants. Social Research Update, 52. pp. 1-4.
Practical investigation of the use of mind-mapping at different stages of the research process: eliciting, representing and integrating knowledge.
EPSRC-funded MAGNET project (developing theoretical models of gun crime to inform stakeholder decision-making about interventions).
Mind-maps were particularly useful for communication within our transdisciplinary team and brainstorming, interviews and focus groups with a diverse range of stakeholders.
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