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Embodied reflective practice : the embodied nature of reflection-in-action

@inproceedings{Gray2014EmbodiedRP,
  title={Embodied reflective practice : the embodied nature of reflection-in-action},
  author={Andrew L. Gray},
  year={2014}
}
The purpose of this thesis is to examine the applicability of aspects of Schon’s (1983) theories of reflection-in-action in relation to visual art practice. Schon’s (1983) theories demonstrate that whilst they are written with design disciplines in mind, they do not extend to consider the appropriateness of its use in visual art practice. Scrivener (2000: 10) draws the distinction that whilst Schon’s (1983) use of scientific language in reflection-in-action is considered applicable for problem… 

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