Arts-based enquiry

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1 Introduction

Arts-based inquiry uses artistic expression as data for inquiry. An example is the study of Katz-Buonincontro & Foster (2012: 347) who “systematically examined how students’ symbols and color choices reflected their views of “self” and how the act of drawing was a “medium of expression” (Eisner, 1997, 2009 )” [...] “Building on the notion that avatars’ appearances and behaviors are plastic (Bailenson & Bell, 2006 ) and that working in digital media is fluid and thus fosters constructability (Brown & Sorensen, 2010 ), we contend that student identity - based on the analysis of their avatar drawings, interviews, and observations— reveals significant portraits of students’ racial and academic identity.”

See also arts-based research

2 Bibliography

Bagnoli, A. (2009). Beyond the standard interview: the use of graphic elicitation and arts-based methods. [Article]. Qualitative Research, 9(5), 547-570. doi: 10.1177/1468794109343625

Butler-Kisber, L. (2008). Collage as inquiry. In J. G. Knowles & A. L. Cole (Eds.), Handbook of the arts in qualitative research (pp. 265–276). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Butler-Kisber, L. (2010). Qualitative inquiry: thematic, narrative and arts-informed perspectives. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Cahnmann-Taylor, M. (2008). Arts-based approaches to inquiry in language education. In K. King (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Language Education, Kluwer. 10, 243-254.

Cole, A., Knowles, G., & Luciano, T. (Eds.). (2004). Provoked by art: Theorizing arts-informed research. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada: Backalong Books.

Finley, S. (2008). Arts-based inquiry: performing revolutionary pedagogy In N. K. Denzin & Y. S. Lincoln (Eds.), Collecting and interpreting qualitative materials (3rd ed., pp. 95-114). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Katz-Buonincontro J., Foster A. (2012) Examining Students’ Cultural Identity and Player Styles Through Avatar Drawings in a Game-Based Classroom. In: Ifenthaler D., Eseryel D., Ge X. (eds) Assessment in Game-Based Learning. Springer, New York, NY

Irwin, R. L., Kind, S. W., & Springgay, S. (2005). A/r/tography as living inquiry through art and text. Qualitative Inquiry, 11(6), 897-912. doi: 10.1177/1077800405280696

Knowles, J . Gary & Cole, Ardra L. (2007). Handbook of the Arts in Qualitative Research: Perspectives, Methodologies, Examples, and Issues. SAGE Publications, Inc.

Pigrum, D., & Stables, A. (2005). Qualitative Inquiry as Gegenwerk: Connections Between Art and Research. [Article]. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 4(4), 1-15.

Pink, S. (2001). Doing visual ethnography. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Samaras, A. P. (2010). Explorations in using arts-based self-study methods. [Article]. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education (QSE), 23(6), 719-736. doi: 10.1080/09518390903426212

Vaughan, K. (2005). Pieced together: Collage as an artist’s method for interdisciplinary research. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 4(1), 1-21.