Nogle teoretiske perspektiver på kunstbaseret forskning: Some theoretical perspectives on arts-based research

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Abstract: Some Theoretical Perspectives on Arts-based Research
Research methods based in aesthetics can, apart from being inspired from both an interpretive and a constructivist tradition, thrive from a clear rationale concerning its perceptual building-blocks in both the intersubjective and intra-psychological domains. The complexity of sharing implicit processes and tacit knowledge in the arts-based inquiry is reflected, along with theoretical perspectives of such undertakings. A theoretical rationale for why to add and acknowledge important perceptual and affective building blocks in arts-based research (ABR) is given. Through theories from expressive arts therapy, heuristic inquiry, attachment theory and contemporary affective neuroscience some thoughts on the embodied felt sense as a perceptual hub is shared. Based in contemporary attachment theory and psychotherapy research, a rationale is given for why engaging in ABR can offer clinicians and researchers a deepened understanding of the studied phenomena. The arts-based inquiry can, from this perspective, be considered as a privileged way to nuance and enlarge understanding in both the intersubjective and intra-psychological domain.

Bidragets oversatte titelNogle teoretiske perspektiver på kunstbaseret forskning
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftVoices: a world forum for music therapy
Vol/bind17
Udgave nummer1
ISSN1504-1611
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 3 mar. 2017

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  • arts based research

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