Download e-book for kindle: Knowing Differently: Arts-Based and Collaborative Research by Pranee Liamputtong, Jean Rumbold

By Pranee Liamputtong, Jean Rumbold

ISBN-10: 1612098983

ISBN-13: 9781612098982

This quantity explores the experiential learn equipment that let researchers to entry their very own and their members' understanding in richer methods. It includes chapters on cutting edge equipment of analysis and research utilizing literary kinds, functionality and visible arts, and during collaborative and interdisciplinary inquiry.

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Qualitative Inquiry, 3(3), 259-274. Ellis, C. (1995). Final Negotiations: A Story of Love, Loss and Chronic Illness. Temple University Press: Philadelphia. Ellis, C. (2004). The Ethnographic I: A Methodological Novel About Tecahing and Doing Autoethnography. AltaMira: Walnut Creek, CA. Ellis, C. P. (1996). Composing Ethnography: Alternative Forms of Qualitative Writing. AltaMira: Walnut Creek, CA. Ellis, C. P. (2000) Autoethnography, personal narrative, reflexivity: Researcher as subject. In N.

Now, in a linear format, we will explore each of these four areas in turn, remembering that each state builds on and offers something to each of the others. Sensuous encountering: using all our ways of sensing to experience the world directly with a whole-body sense of curiosity and appreciation for the glorious mundane2; 1 A few days after the four themes arrived in my consciousness I (Chris) started to pursue a seam of reading, and then direct learning on Goethean science which to my delight resonated strongly with my ideas.

Christine argues that there is much to be gained from using critical reflection as a research process, and although she draws on different sources, she seems to have similar values to the writers we have placed next to her. Diane Conrad and Gail Campbell, in chapter 14, present Participatory Action Research as an empowering method with marginalized populations. This developed as a research method around the world in the 1970s, in association with the popular education movement. Participatory action research, Diane and Gail point out, can be viewed as a means of creating knowledge as well as a tool for education, consciousness raising, and mobilization for action.

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