This episode focusses on narrative and storytelling, focussing
on the question of how we do justice to the what people have told
us in the way we write and communicate the findings of the project.
We focus on the importance, for us, of locating accounts of Brexit
within the context of people’s lives, a concern that is at once
about the ethics and politics of representation. As we discuss,
these reflections are all the more important on a project that has
used multiple methods, where people have written their own
narratives, and provided alternative, creative accounts of their
lives. And in closing the episode, we discuss why narrative and
storytelling are important for qualitative research.