There are so many cartoons and memes out there that describe the research/PhD process and they most often involve the researcher going around in circles and off on wild tangents before arriving at, possibly, what is incredibly close to one's original starting point. Suffice to say that this is what I have been doing, but now I'm (back) at the point of clarity and can write with renewed energy.
A few really excellent articles and book chapters I am reading to help with the literature (re)review task are as follows:
- Crang, M. (2001). 'Rhythms of the city: Temporalised space and motion' in Timespace: Geographies of temporalities. J. May and N. Thrift. (Eds). London, Routledge: 187-207.
- Jensen, O.B (2010). ‘Negotiation in Motion: Unpacking a Geography of Mobility’, Space and Culture, 2010, 13, 4, 389-402.
- Jirón, P. and L. Iturra (2014). 'Travelling the Journey: Understanding Mobility Trajectories by Recreating Research Paths' in Researching and Representing Mobilities: Transdiciplinary Encounters. L. Murray and L. Upstone (Eds). Palgrave Macmillan: 170-190.
- Shields, R. (1997) ‘Flow as a New Paradigm’, Space and Culture, 1(1), 1–7.
- Vannini, P. (2010). "Mobile Cultures: From the Sociology of Transportation to the Study of Mobilities', Sociology Compass 4(2): 111-121.