Copy of Arts-Based Research (ABR)

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Copy of Arts-Based Research (ABR) by Mind Map: Copy of Arts-Based Research (ABR)

1. Overview - what is ABR?

2. Pioneers in ABR

2.1. Carl Jung

2.2. Theordore M. Greene

2.3. Elliot Eisner

2.4. Shawn McNiff

3. Partial Lexicology of ABR Terms

3.1. a/r/tography

3.2. Alternative forms of representation

3.3. Aesthetically based research

3.4. Aesthetic research practice

3.5. Art as inquiry

3.6. Art practice as research

3.7. Art-based enquiry

3.8. Art-Based Inquiry

3.9. Art-Based Research

3.10. Artistic Inquiry

3.11. Arts-Based Research (ABR)

3.12. Arts based social research (ABSR)

3.13. Arts-based qualitative inquiry

3.14. Arts in qualitative research

3.15. Arts-based educational research (ABER)

3.16. Arts-based health research (ABHR)

3.17. Arts-based Research Practices

3.18. Arts-Informed Research

3.19. Critical Arts-Based Inquiry

3.20. Arts-Informed Research

3.21. Critical Arts-Based Inquiry

3.22. Living Inquiry

3.23. Performative Inquiry

3.24. Practice-Based Art

3.25. Research-Based Art (RBA)

3.26. Scholartistry

3.27. Transformative Inquiry through Art

4. Strengths of ABR

4.1. Do not belong to domain of any one discipline alone.

4.2. ABR's practical value lies in its ability to integrate and expand on existing disciplines and synergies between disciplines.

4.3. It employs a holistic or integrated approach to research.

5. Genres of ABR

5.1. Performative Genres

5.1.1. Playbuilding

5.1.2. Ethnodrama & Ethnotheatre

5.1.3. Film

5.2. Literary Genres

5.2.1. Poetic Inquiry

5.2.2. Fiction as Research Practice

5.3. Visual Genres

5.3.1. Photovoice / Photography and Photovoice as Research

5.3.2. Art Journaling

5.3.3. Mixed Media and Multiple Art Forms

6. Assessment and Evaluation of ABR