Vol. 10 No. 1 (2022): Autumn 2022
This is the twenty-third issue of Exchanges, published in October 2022. As usual, this issue brings together a range of articles from scholars from a variety of different disciplinary traditions around the globe. Article topics in this issue include: fakery and animals within academic publishing practices, distributional thinking about film shot duration, the five forces framework and its insights into the electro-automotive industry, realism, reflections focussing on reality and research practice, an exploration of the unpublished novels of Anita Mason, a literature review on the theory and practice of Arnstein’s Ladder and finally, a critical reflection on the use of collage as an autoethnographic method. The Editor-in-Chief’s editorial also briefly introduces the issue, its contents and offers some insights into the development of the journal’s Editorial Board. It also reminds readers of the future opportunities for contributions to the title from authors old and new alike, and the journal’s expanding range of companion podcast episodes.