Douglas, M 2018, 'Guide' in James Oliver (ed.) Associations: Creative Practice and Research, Melbourne University Publishing, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 217-230.

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Title Guide
Author(s) Douglas, M
Year 2018
Title of book Associations: Creative Practice and Research
Publisher Melbourne University Publishing
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Editor(s) James Oliver
Start page 217
End page 230
Subjects Performing Arts and Creative Writing not elsewhere classified
Performance and Installation Art
Design Practice and Management not elsewhere classified
Summary How do we go about situating relation to one's interlocutors in the conduct and transmission of creative practice research? The challenge stands for all involved in creative practice research to generate ways that afford the unique emergence of the value of the practice research, and that give carriage to the practitioner-researchers' knowing and the research contribution to knowledge. This chapter offers guidance on how performativity can enable the particular integrity and potential contribution of creative practice research to emerge, and be offered up for engagement.
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Keyword(s) creative practice research
socially-engaged art
PhD supervision
ISBN 9780522869996
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