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  • Flesh wounds?: new ways of understanding self-injury 

    Inckle, Kay (Trinity College Dublin. Long Room Hub, 2008)
    My research uses methodological and representational practices from the humanities and arts in order to develop a non-medical understanding of self-injury. The aims of the project are: to use creative practices to promote ...
  • On the cutting edge? : Marking gender, embodiment and knowledge 

    Inckle, Kay (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Sociology, 2006)
    In this thesis I use creative methodologies - a “new writing” (Denzin, 2003: 118) strategy - to explore body marking practices (‘self-injury’ and body modification) in the context of gendered embodiment. The overarching ...