Creating Social Change Through Creativity

Anti-Oppressive Arts-Based Research Methodologies
 
 
Palgrave Macmillan (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 30. August 2018
 
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  • Softcover
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  • 440 Seiten
978-3-319-84828-0 (ISBN)
 
This book examines research using anti-oppressive, arts-based methods to promote social change in oppressed and marginalized communities. The contributors discuss literary techniques, performance, visual art, and new media in relation to the co-construction of knowledge and positionality, reflexivity, data representation, community building and engagement, and pedagogy. The contributors to this volume hail from a wide array of disciplines, including sociology, social work, community psychology, anthropology, performing arts, education, medicine, and public health.
Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2018
  • Englisch
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  • Schweiz
Springer International Publishing
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  • 7 s/w Abbildungen, 42 farbige Abbildungen
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  • 42 Illustrations, color; 7 Illustrations, black and white; XXXVII, 399 p. 49 illus., 42 illus. in color.
  • Höhe: 210 mm
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  • Breite: 148 mm
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  • Dicke: 23 mm
  • 565 gr
978-3-319-84828-0 (9783319848280)
10.1007/978-3-319-52129-9
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Moshoula Capous-Desyllas is Associate Professor of Sociology at California State University, Northridge, USA. She teaches various courses related to anti-oppressive social work practice, diversity and social justice, and qualitative and arts-based research methods. Her passion lies in highlighting the voices of marginalized communities through the use of art as a form of activism, empowerment, and social change.
Karen Morgaine is Associate Professor of Sociology at California State University, Northridge, USA. She teaches a variety of courses related to community organizing, anti-oppressive social work practice, and LGBTQQIP communities. Her research leans toward investigating social movement framing and power and privilege within social movements.
Section 1: Co-construction of Knowledge & Positionality
1. "To Speak in Our Own Ways About the World, Without Shame": Reflections on Indigenous Resurgence in Anti-Oppressive Research 2. Listening through Performance; Identity, Embodiment, and Arts-Based Research 3. The Role of Privilege and Oppression in Arts-Based Research: A Case Study of a Cisgender and Transgender Research Team
Section 2: Reflexivity
4. Struggling to See through the Eyes of Youth: On Failure and (Un)Certainty in a Photovoice Project5. Listen: The Defeat of Oppression by Expression6. Conversations with Suzanna: Exploring Gender, Motherhood, and Research Practice
Section 3: Methodological Processes
7. Insistent Humanness in Data Collection and Analysis: What Cannot Be Taken Away: The Families and Prisons Project8. Hearing Embodied Narrative: Use Of The Listening Guide With Juvenile Justice Involved LGBTQ Young People 9. Mapping Social and Gender Inequalities: An Analysis of Art and New Media Work Created by Adolescent Girls in a Juvenile Arbitration Program10. Smoking Cessation In Mental Health Communities: A Living Newspaper Applied Theatre Project
Section 4: Politics of Methodlogy and Data Representation 11. What's in an Image?: Towards a Critical and Interdisciplinary Reading of Participatory Visual Methods12. From Visual Maps to Installation Art: Visualizing Client Pathways to Social Services in Los Angeles 13. Fragments/layers/juxtaposition: Collage as a Data-Analysis Practice
Section 5: Community Sharing for Social Change
14. This is not a Lab Coat: Claiming Knowledge Production as Power15. Making Research and Building Knowledge with Communities: Examining Three Participatory Visual and Narrative Projects with Migrants Who Sell Sex in South Africa16. AEMP Handbook by The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project (AEMP)
Section 6: Community Building and Engagement
17. From the Inside Out: Using Arts-Based Research to Make Prison Art Public 18. Envisioning Home: The Philadelphia Refugee Mental Health Photovoice Project as a Story of Effective Relationship Building
Section 7: Pedagogical Approaches
19. Spoken Word as Border Pedagogy with LGBTQ Youth20. Lessons in Dialogue, Ethics, and the Departure from Well-Laid Plans in the Cultivation of Citizen Artists
This book examines research using anti-oppressive, arts-based methods to promote social change in oppressed and marginalized communities. The contributors discuss literary techniques, performance, visual art, and new media in relation to the co-construction of knowledge and positionality, reflexivity, data representation, community building and engagement, and pedagogy. The contributors to this volume hail from a wide array of disciplines, including sociology, social work, community psychology, anthropology, performing arts, education, medicine, and public health.

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