Collaborative arts-based research for social justiceSeries: Routledge advances in the medical humanitiesPublisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2016Copyright date: ©2016Description: 1 online resource (xii, 169 pages) : illustrationsISBN:
- RC489.A72 F67 2016eb
- H62 .F66 2016eb
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 143-161) and index.
Introduction : peeling walpaper -- Intellectual acrobatics -- Storytelling -- Image and metaphor -- Performance -- Case study : 'they're not like us real mums, are they?' -- 'What is it good for?' : evaluating the quality, beauty and 'impacts' of arts-based research -- The last laugh.
A thought-provoking guide to conducting collaborative arts-based research. Illustrative examples from around the world are used throughout, and an extended case study is included that focuses on the author's own collaborative arts-based research. This book provides a thought-provoking guide to conducting collaborative arts-based research. Focusing on ways that social inquiry might be conducted with marginalised groups to promote social justice, the text offers chapters on: Telling 'alternative' stories through a variety of methods from crafts to digital film Visual and metaphorical approaches to social research including photography, art and poetry Performative methods that include drama, dance, music and performance art Foster introduces relevant methodological debates, giving a context for understanding when arts-based research can be a fruitful approach to take and outlining a convincing rationale for using the arts as a way of understanding and representing the social world. The book also suggests a range of alternative criteria for evaluating the quality of arts-based research. Illustrative examples from around the world are used throughout the book and an extended case study is included that focuses on Foster's own collaborative arts-based research. With their emphasis on the value of participative research and social justice, arts-based methodologies are becoming increasingly popular in health and social research. This is the ideal text for anyone looking to introduce arts-based methods into their research practice.
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