2 edition of Breaking silences, an inquiry into identity and the creative research process. found in the catalog.
Breaking silences, an inquiry into identity and the creative research process.
Douglas Martin Gosse
Written in English
Breaking Silences, an inquiry into identity and the creative research process, has two major sections: Part I, Jackytar , an educational novel, and Part II, a section on The Creative Research Journey. Universities and funding agencies are becoming increasingly responsive to demands that research be more relevant, community centred, and accessible to society at large (A. Cole, 2002). I view "research" as creative and reflective endeavours to better understand culture, and include mature students, teacher candidates, teachers, administrators, and academics, or anyone else who might like to read this thesis and perhaps undertake a similar project, as potential educational researchers. Thus, the first section, Jackytar, responds to a need in education to address diversity though examination of intersectional identity (Brown, Mir, & Warner, 1996; Coelho, 1994; Parsons & Brown, 2001; Wallace, 2000); through the lens of sexuality, I examine the intertwining identity markers of race, class, gender, sexual orientation, geographical location, ablebodiness, and language and culture. In Jackytar, the protagonist, Alex Murphy, returns home to rural Newfoundland, where confrontations with issues and people from his past serve as a platform for this inquiry. The work is entirely fictional. None of the characters are intended to resemble actual persons. The second section sheds light on the creative research process for educational researchers (Barone, 1995; Eisner, 1997; Fordon, 2000; Sheppard & Hartman, 1989). This research is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2003--2004.
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Using Narratives in Creativity Research: Handling the Subjective Nature of Creative Process Abstract For most of us, creative processes are those which can produce outcomes that are capable of being judged as creative. The outcome-centric recognition of creativity has heavily downplayed the process-perspective of creativity in by: 1. The starting point of this work was a conference on narrative and identity that took place at the International Research Center for Cultural Studies (IFK) in Vienna, in December of Topics include narrative - problems of an alternative paradigm and singularities and multiplicities of :
Narrative inquiry provides researchers with a framework through which they can investigate the ways humans experience the world depicted through their stories. The book looks at how this method can effectively be applied as a means of research in a range of contexts, including flexible, open and distance or workplace by: toward the need for narrative inquiry as a methodological response to positivist and post positivist paradigms. Connelly and Clandinin link the research methodological turn to ways of thinking about experience. As Connelly and Clandinin point out It is equally correct to say “inquiry into narrative” as it is “narrative inquiry”.
She reminds us that what may and may not work in the research process is by no means self-evident. While silence can indeed be empowering both for the researched and the researchers, I was less sure about Jane Parpart's chapter, which sets out to refute the core belief of s feminism that speech is empowering, and to point out that silence. Feminist research is informed by a history of breaking silences, of demanding that women’s voices be heard, recorded and included in wider intellectual genealogies and histories. This has led to an emphasis on voice and speaking out in the research endeavour. Moments of secrecy and silence are less often addressed.5/5(1).
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A book written by well known authors is bound to get attention, and this is the main objective. But the artistic endeavor, including the creative writing in this book.
Douglas Gosse's (a) award-winning thesis1 Breaking Silences: An Inquiry Into Identity and the Creative Research Process incorporates an an inquiry into identity and the creative research process.
book novel-as-thesis (later, partly published as a trade book novel entitled Jackytar; Gosse, b). Employing the genre of the Bildungsroman to write his fictional novel, Gosse exploresFile Size: KB.
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Details *. creative process. The concept of intuitive inquiry as a research method, by its similarity to this particular creative process, was well suited to studying its delicate, preconscious, internally reflective and reflexive activities.
Intuitive inquiry also underpins the exceptional, transformative experiences of the artist, which are oftenFile Size: 2MB. 4 INFORMATION SYSTEMS RESEARCH AS DESIGN: Identity, Process, and Narrative Richard J.
Boland, Jr. Kalle Lyytinen Case Western Reserve University Abstract Information systems research has moved beyond the antagonistic dualismsthat dominated its Cited by: Pieces: An Inquiry into Family Stories, Southern Identity and Creative Nonfiction Writing This thesis project is, at heart, a creative nonfiction writing project—and one that evolved and changed over the course of its development.
Ultimately it consists of two main parts: a 60Author: Morgan Elaine Lundy. Girak, S. forget me not: An exhibit -and- Creative Reuse: How saved materials transformed my a/r/tographic practice: An exegesis.
Unpublished doctorate dissertation, Joondalup, Wa: Edith Cowan College. PDF. Gosse, D. Breaking silences, an inquiry into identity along with the creative research process. Breaking silences, an inquiry into identity and also the creative research process. Unpublished doctorate dissertation, Toronto, ON: College of Toronto (Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.
Archives Canada. Breaking Silences, an inquiry into identity and the creative research process. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, The Ontario Institute of Studies.
The following article is a creative narrative inquiry on the subject of becoming a mother and the process of negotiating this new identity.
By using what I term ‘creative (non)fiction’ to explore this area, I was able to weave together the stories which have surrounded me together with my own. that sees inquiry as a creative pr ocess that can tak e us increa singly deeply into the relationship between kno wledge, self, and w orld.
M y approach will be to sk etchAuthor: Alfonso Montuori. Individual writing assignments will be revised and then incorporated into a final research project.
Although the class emphasizes reading, understanding, and writing scientific and policy reviews and arguments, non-science students will find the step-by-step writing process helpful for writing up research in any discipline. Breaking the Silence book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
With the help of this book, you'll learn how to create classrooms tha /5(6). Over the past thirteen years the integrity of the Christian Research Institute (CRI) and its president, Hank Hanegraaff, have been subjected to sustained Internet, media, and word-of-mouth attacks that have largely become the mission of one man: William M.
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In the Preface, HPB tells us that The following pages are derived from “The Book of the Golden Precepts,” one of the works put into the hands of mystic students in the East. narrative inquiry in their scholarly research and reporting. This sea change is a welcome development, and gives us the opportunity to articulate and explore the significant issues of researcher identity missing from earlier research.
Indeed, in the field of language education, whereas there has been an explosion of research on language. Writing is all about process. Learning how you write, or how you create, is just as important as what you’re actually writing about. Here are several things I’ve learned since starting to write my first book, that will help you embrace the creative writing process (or any creative endeavor), and share your story with the world.
a cooperative inquiry 82 The context 82 Building upon preliminary research and literature 84 Creating a cooperative inquiry 89 Inquiry processes and how these were explored 95 Data analysis Conclusion CHAPTER 5. i Table of Contents LIST OF FIGURES LIST OF TABLES. Creative Writing Process Differs By Author and Project There is more than one creative way to build a book or make art.
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