publication . Other literature type . Article . 2011 . Embargo end date: 31 Jan 2011

Kollektives verstehen: Die gemeinsame Kreation forschungsbasierten Tanzens

Boydell, Katherine M.;
Open Access English
  • Published: 24 Jan 2011
  • Publisher: Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research
Abstract
A symbolic interaction (BLUMER, 1969; MEAD, 1934; PRUS, 1996; PRUS & GRILLS, 2003) approach was taken to study the collective event (PRUS, 1997) of creating a research-based dance on pathways to care in first episode psychosis. Viewing the co-creation of a research-based dance as collective activity attends to the processual aspects of an individual's experiences. It allowed us to study the process of the creation of the dance and its capacity to convert abstract research into concrete form and to produce generalizable abstract knowledge from the empirical research findings. Thus, through the techniques of movement, metaphor, voice-over, and music, the character...
Subjects
free text keywords: collective events; arts-based qualitative health research; generic social processes, collective events, arts-based qualitative health research, generic social processes, Social sciences (General), H1-99, sociology; arts, eventos colectivos; investigación cualitativa de la salud basada-en el arte; procesos sociales genéricos, Kollektivereignis; kunstbasierte qualitative Gesundheitsforschung; generische soziale Prozesse, Sociology & anthropology, Psychology, Psychologie, Soziologie, Anthropologie, Kultursoziologie, Kunstsoziologie, Literatursoziologie, psychische Störungen, Behandlung und Prävention, Cultural Sociology, Sociology of Art, Sociology of Literature, Psychological Disorders, Mental Health Treatment and Prevention, soziale Beziehungen, Gesundheit, symbolischer Interaktionismus, Tanz, Musik, Psychose, Emotionalität, Jugendlicher, Forschungsansatz, Bewegungstherapie, psychische Gesundheit, Interaktion, exercise therapy, mental health, adolescent, music, psychosis, interaction, symbolic interactionism, research approach, social relations, dance, emotionality, health, empirisch, empirisch-qualitativ, anwendungsorientiert, empirical, applied research, qualitative empirical, ddc:150, ddc:301
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