AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractWe discuss the use of arts-based practices from our recent investigations into research methodologies, comparing the approaches of educators and doctoral students whose work has derived predominantly from their previous experience of arts-based practices with those who had no previous experience of such practices, but who nonetheless engaged with it for at least part of their research. All of our participants are professionals engaged with education backgrounds, such as doctoral students, teachers and gallery educators, and we explore some of the tensions arising between professional and arts-based practices, and discuss questions of the legitimacy and validity of these practices as perceived by our participants, with a critical focus on the feelings of scepticism and alienation that arts-based methods may generate for the inexperienced.
CitationArya-Manesh, E., & Adams, J. (2021). Dilemmas of alienation in arts-based education research methods. In J. Adams & A. Owens (Eds.) Beyond text: Education research through creative practices. Intellect.
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