Parallaxic Praxis : Multimodal Interdisciplinary Pedagogical Research Design [Paperback, B&W]
This book explains methods, theories, and perspectives, and provides examples for developing creative research design in order to innovate new understandings. This model is especially useful for interdisciplinary partnerships or cross-sector collaborations. This book specifically addresses issues of research design, methodology, knowledge generation, knowledge mobilization, and dissemination for academics, students, and community partners. Examples include possibilities for scholars interested in doing projects in social justice, community engagement, teacher education, Indigenous research, and health and wellness.
- Paperback | 328 pages
- 152 x 229 x 18mm | 440g
- 17 Apr 2019
- Vernon Press
Other books in this series
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01 Dec 2020
01 Dec 2016
15 Feb 2019
01 Jul 2020
01 Mar 2021
15 Dec 2018
18 Nov 2020
01 Jan 2014
Diane Conrad, PhD
Professor Drama/Theatre Education
University of Alberta, Canada
Based on a research model grounded in imagination as method, this bold and important book, dramatically and clearly moves a new tradition of post-qualitative research forward. Fully grounded theoretically, this book presents the reader with several highly developed examples of the parallaxic praxis model within different disciplinary traditions. It is a must have for all researchers wanting to reclaim humanity from a dehumanizing-technocratic reality.
Ralph Raunft, PhD,
Professor of Art (Emeritus), College of Creative Arts
Once again I am transformed by the work of Pauline Sameshima, Patricia Maarhuis, and Sean Wiebe. In their latest book, Parallaxic Praxis: Multimodal Research Design they present a model of inquiry that is relational, contingent, artistic, and generative. For those of us working in dialogic and relational research, I consider this accessible and profound book a must read.
Richard Sawyer, PhD
Professor of Education, College of Education
Washington State University
The authors open a lyrical, transcendent, and deeply credible research framework complete with its own lexicon, modalities, and practical conventions. Prepare to re-think everything.
Eric Hamilton, PhD
Professor of Education, Pepperdine University
Sr. Program Manager, International Bureau of Education, UNESCO