Turning data into dance: Performing and presenting research on oppression and the body

@article{Karcher2014TurningDI,
  title={Turning data into dance: Performing and presenting research on oppression and the body},
  author={Owen Paul Karcher and C. Caldwell},
  journal={Arts in Psychotherapy},
  year={2014},
  volume={41},
  pages={478-483}
}
Abstract Multiple qualitative research methods were employed to explore the somatic effects of oppression on people living in marginalized social categories. Interviewees became co-researchers and co-creators as an inclusive means of further disseminating and investigating themes that arose in the research project. By choreographing a public performance over the course of five months and folding in personal artistic inquiry, the authors developed a collaborative relationship around themes of… Expand
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