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I Scrapbook Chronologically.

Over the next few weeks, I will discuss my results regarding how scrapbooks are actually organized. Think about the following phrase for a moment: I scrapbook chronologically. What does this phrase mean? From my non-dissertation observations, there seems to be … Continue reading

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Scrapbooks can be Diaries and Journals

Each Wednesday, I write a post from my dissertation. The main difference between most diaries or journals and scrapbooks is that the latter includes photographs along with words instead of just words. Others argue that journals can also contain photographs, … Continue reading

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What is a Scrapbook?: It Depends

Each Wednesday, I write a post from my dissertation. In popular culture, scrapbooks are described as “essentially a photograph album with decorations” (Anonymous 2007:73). My respondents would probably agree with this assessment, but would also be quick to point out … Continue reading

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