- Paperback / softback, 200 pages, 234 mm x 156 mm
- 1 May 2005
- Trentham Books Ltd
CONTENTS: Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1. Power and privilege: Re-envisioning the qualitative research lens; 2. Re-imagining the reflective practitioner: Towards a philosophy of critical praxis; 3. Researching through case study; 4. (Post) critical ethnography in drama research; 5. Feminist methodology: Researching as if gender and social power really mattered; 6. Narrative inquiry: Postcards from Northampton; 7. The feeling of the experience: A methodology for performance ethnography; 8. Poststructuralist 'methodology'; Index.
"The book contains many useful and leading-edge discussions on a range of research methodologies of interest to anyone with an appetite for qualitative theory and practice and it holds added value for those with a commitment to arts education and arts research... Ultimately... I suggest that the appeal of Research Methodologies For Drama Education is likely to be much wider than to those simply in the fields of drama education or theatre and will be of value and interest to broader interdisciplinary groups, including those in the educational action research community."