Anvendelse af æstetisk respons, the Rx6 metode, en poetisk undersøgelse til udvidelse af viden. The Rx6-Method.

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A simple step-wise research procedure of arts-based research, ABR, called the Rx6 method is presented. This ABR method is grounded in expressive arts therapy, heuristic inquiry, attachment theory and contemporary affective neuroscience aiming at making sense of the embodied felt sense. The Rx6 approach is based in aesthetics, a pragmatic pre-understanding inspired from an interpretive and a constructivist tradition; and it is a heuristic endeavour where art is applied towards the creation of meaning. For the purpose of exemplifying this method, artwork, produced within the context of a RCT as part of a mixed methods study involving women treated for gynaecological cancer, was used. Response art consisting of short written aesthetic responses to pictorial artifacts was applied in a structured manner. The data provided a rich artistic material in which to dialogue with artifacts in search of a condensed response statement. The Rx6 method involves six steps: to relate, resonate, respond, reflect and react to results. Engaging in ABR can offer clinicians and researchers a deepened, expanded, and embodied understanding of the studied phenomena. The complexity of sharing implicit processes and tacit knowledge, it’s caveats and gains, along with theoretical perspectives of such undertakings, are presented and discussed.
Bidragets oversatte titelAnvendelse af æstetisk respons, the Rx6 metode, en poetisk undersøgelse til udvidelse af viden.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftVoices: a world forum for music therapy
Vol/bind17
Udgave nummer1
Antal sider22
ISSN1504-1611
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 3 mar. 2017

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