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Mor, Smadar; Shem-Tov, Naphtaly – Research in Drama Education, 2021
This paper presents the findings of aesthetic qualitative research conducted in Israel for the purpose of increasing the understanding of the reception process among kindergarten children (aged 5-6). The paper focuses on the link between Theatrical Communication, personal 'Cargo' young audiences 'carry' upon attending a theatrical event and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Kindergarten, Young Children, Learning Processes
Hanes, Jay Michael, Ed.; Weisman, Eleanor, Ed. – Routledge Research in Education, 2020
Grounded in philosophy from John Dewey and Maxine Greene, this book sheds light on difficulties and practicalities of examining culture and politics within the realm of interdisciplinary education. Providing both theoretical and concrete examples of the importance of a contemporary arts education, this book offers imaginative ways the arts and…
Descriptors: Art Education, Politics of Education, Democracy, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Gray, Julia – Research in Drama Education, 2019
Through this paper, I consider how we might be aesthetically and relationally accountable in creating research-informed theatre through the conceptual frame of an aesthetic of relationality, and in-depth considerations of the theoretical notions embodiment, imagination and foolishness (as vulnerability-bravery). Through the example of…
Descriptors: Theater Arts, Dementia, Aesthetics, Imagination
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Taeger, Stephan D.; Yanchar, Stephen C. – Educational Media International, 2019
Narratives have a unique ability to grant listeners emotional and cognitive space in a way that encourages them to choose how they will make sense of a story. This effect, called narrative distance, also has the potential to help create transformative learning experiences. This article is a qualitative research study of experts who regularly…
Descriptors: Transformative Learning, Specialists, Instructional Design, Emotional Response
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Bora, Debajit – Research in Drama Education, 2019
This paper analyses the theatre experiments of Badungduppa theatre (Assam, India). This theatre group is made up of tribal 'Rabha' community actors, a director, and theatre workers, and it incorporates the forgotten aesthetics of the community into its theatre practice and actor training. Over time, the Rabha community has been exploited by the…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Aesthetics, Theater Arts, Groups
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Liang, Peilin – Research in Drama Education, 2019
Through this reflection on ageing and occupationally damaged bodies in performance, I argue that a probody aesthetics is fundamental to generating and sustaining care in community-engaged theatre projects. Such aesthetics is concerned with adopting a body-centric approach to making community-engaged theatre and arts, which insists artistic…
Descriptors: Aging (Individuals), Human Body, Aesthetics, Human Factors Engineering
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Aris, Matthew Paul; Wright, Peter; Pascoe, Robin – International Journal of Education & the Arts, 2019
The landscape of arts education is changing, with an increased focus on collaborative partnerships between schools and arts sectors for the purpose of creating richer arts education - both process and products. Using a combination of phenomenology and autoethnography, this research explores how one particular form of arts education partnerships…
Descriptors: Art Education, Partnerships in Education, School Business Relationship, High Schools
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Marschall, Anika – Research in Drama Education, 2018
This article argues that in a society transformed by an increasing bureaucratic nexus of migration, artistic responses to political crises are particularly effective when working with institutions. To probe the prevalent discourse on the efficacy of performance art, the article interrogates "Grandhotel Cosmopolis" through a lens of…
Descriptors: Refugees, Migration, Political Issues, Theater Arts
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Zaroulia, Marilena – Research in Drama Education, 2018
Focusing on examples from theatre ("On the Move" festival, London International Festival of Theatre/Royal Court Theatre, London 2016), film (Gianfranco Rosi's "Fuoccoamare," 2016) and the visual arts (Ai Weiwei's "Safe Passage," Berlin 2016), this article proposes that in order to think through questions of efficacy…
Descriptors: Theater Arts, Refugees, Performance, Coping
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Muehlemann, Nina – Research in Drama Education, 2018
Commissioned for the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad, Kaite O'Reilly's play "In Water I'm Weightless" uses access aesthetics as well as content to interrogate the relationship between wholeness and disability. Featuring an entirely d/Deaf and disabled cast, the play provides a multitude of ways through which the performance can be…
Descriptors: Aesthetics, Drama, Disabilities, Deafness
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Gibson, Janet Louise – Research in Drama Education, 2018
This article interrogates access through the lens of public autobiographical performances by people living with dementia who, not generally construed as subjects in Western cultures, rarely appear on public stages. This scarcity underscores a strong connection between access and subjectivity, as well as between access, political distributions of…
Descriptors: Autobiographies, Dementia, Performance, Theater Arts
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Gallagher, Kathleen; Jacobson, Kelsey – Research in Drama Education, 2018
In this paper, the authors argue for novel, less mimetic, ways to harness "the real" in drama practices. They study particular youth theatre-making practices in a Toronto secondary classroom, both successes and failures, to make the case for an untethering of "the real" from realism's representational aesthetics. They further…
Descriptors: Theater Arts, Theaters, Drama, Aesthetics
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Portnova, ?atiana – Universal Journal of Educational Research, 2018
This article is dedicated to an underdeveloped, but a highly relevant aspect of work of museums, first of all, the theatrical ones, namely keeping, studying and promoting the works associated with choreographic heritage. The artistic and aesthetic potential of material and visual exhibits related to the ballet theatre is revealed. All the…
Descriptors: Dance Education, Museums, Theater Arts, Dance
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Kestere, Iveta – Paedagogica Historica: International Journal of the History of Education, 2017
The goal of this article is to reveal how through school theatre activities under authoritarian rule, changes took place in pupil knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviour regarding culture, namely, how the process of cultural learning occurs. I use a historical case study, specifically the case of the Valmiera School Theatre, which was the…
Descriptors: Theater Arts, Social Systems, Foreign Countries, Authoritarianism
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Sadeghi-Yekta, Kirsten – Research in Drama Education, 2017
This article looks at the concept of "internationalised applied theatre" within Nicaraguan non-profit arts organisation Movimiento Teatro Popular Sin Fronteras (Movitep-SF). It examines the push-and-pull factors between local sovereignties and the international aid industry, and shows how this interaction occurs on a micro-level between…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Theater Arts, Drama, International Cooperation
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