Cristin-resultat-ID: 1377181
Sist endret: 22. mars 2017 00:00
NVI-rapporteringsår: 2016
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Vitenskapelig artikkel
2016

Arts-based research processes in ECEC: Examples from preparing and conducting a data collection

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  • Torill Vist

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  • Engelsk

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Arts-based research processes in ECEC: Examples from preparing and conducting a data collection

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In this methodological article, different concepts and possibilities related to how arts-based research processes can contribute in the early phases of ECEC research will be presented and discussed. Despite a setback of art subjects in Norwegian ECEC and early childhood teacher’s education, the field of arts still plays an important role, and is expected to be research-based. Thus, there should be a need for an aesthetical and arts-based dimension in researching ECEC, not only in the subject matter, but also in the method, context, outcome and dissemination. The article focuses on methodological issues in the question development/design phase and the data collection phase, exemplified by the author’s own experiences in arts-based research processes. These processes include participation in dance and music performance as thinking or reflection tools in research, and an arts-based interview method. Some narrative writing processes will also be commented upon. Theoretically, the article primarily leans upon Barone and Eisner’s arts-based research and Irwin and Springgay’s a/r/tography.

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