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The Resource Poetic inquiry II : seeing, caring, understanding : using poetry as and for inquiry, edited by Kathleen T. Galvin (University of Hull, UK) and Monica Prendergast (University of Victoria, Canada), (electronic book)

Poetic inquiry II : seeing, caring, understanding : using poetry as and for inquiry, edited by Kathleen T. Galvin (University of Hull, UK) and Monica Prendergast (University of Victoria, Canada), (electronic book)

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Poetic inquiry II : seeing, caring, understanding : using poetry as and for inquiry
Title
Poetic inquiry II
Title remainder
seeing, caring, understanding : using poetry as and for inquiry
Statement of responsibility
edited by Kathleen T. Galvin (University of Hull, UK) and Monica Prendergast (University of Victoria, Canada)
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Annotation
Member of
Cataloging source
YDXCP
Dewey number
300.72
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
H62
LC item number
.P568 2016
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Galvin, Kathleen T.
  • Prendergast, Monica
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  • Social sciences
  • Social sciences
  • Qualitative research
  • Poetics
Summary expansion
This volume offers a novel collection of international works on the use of poetry in inquiry that transcends conventional disciplinary boundaries. The aim is to illustrate an 'aesthetic move' in social sciences and in particular in health and in education. The collection builds a bridge between the Arts and Health and Education by offering innovative exemplars of use of poetry in social science research and in the context of the many varied disciplinary contexts. An exploration of poetry within an international interdisciplinary collection in the context of education, research inquiry and health and social care with university-affiliated authors is offered. Writers include literary poets, academics and researchers in the arts, the humanities, and human and social sciences: an unusual interdisciplinary community. Authors contribute work illustrating how they are finding varied approaches to make use of the resonant power of words through poetry in their investigations. Writers' aims span new ways to help readers resonate and connect with findings; new ways of revealing deep understandings of human experience; new ways of being in dialogue with research findings and new ways of working with people in vulnerable situations to name 'what it is like'. As such, the collection offers examples of the foremost ways seen in the literature for poetry to appear in education, health and caring sciences, anthropology, sociology, psychology, social work and related fields.Most qualitative research texts focus on one discipline; this text will be relevant for many postsecondary programs and courses including in education, health sciences, arts and humanities and social sciences
Label
Poetic inquiry II : seeing, caring, understanding : using poetry as and for inquiry, edited by Kathleen T. Galvin (University of Hull, UK) and Monica Prendergast (University of Victoria, Canada), (electronic book)
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Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Kate Evans
  • The unpredictability of bliss : a grandfather's poetic riffs
  • Carl Leggo
  • Joys and dilemmas : documenting, disentangling, and understanding experience through poetry
  • Mary Lou Soutar-Hynes
  • Embodied poetics in mother poetry : dialectics and discourses of mothering
  • Sandra L. Faulkner and Cynthia Nicole
  • Resonance and aesthetics : no place that does not see you
  • Lorri Neilsen Glenn ;
  • Section 2: Understanding : poetry through inquiry.
  • Introduction
  • Poetics in a capacious landscape
  • Collette Quinn-Hall
  • White skin, brown soul : a poetic autoethnography
  • Jacquie Kidd
  • Poems written in service of "service"
  • Jane Piirto
  • Finding grandma : memories, stories, gifts
  • John J. Guiney Yallop
  • The use of I poems to better understand complex subjectivities
  • Lori E. Koelsch
  • Kathleen Galvin and Monica Prendergast ;
  • What is good for the poem is good for the poet : an experiment in poetic-psychoanalytic therapy
  • Sean Wiebe
  • Geopoetics : an opening of the world
  • Suzanne M. Thomas ;
  • Section 3: Caring : poetry with and for ethnically sensitive practice.
  • Waking up following breast surgery : an insight from the Beats, Burroughs and the cut-up technique
  • Fran Biley
  • Making the case for poetic inquiry in health services research
  • Frances Rapport and Graham Hartill
  • 'If you believe, if you keep busy, you can develop yourself' : on being a refugee student in a mainstream school
  • Section 1: Seeing : poetry as inquiry.
  • Iris E. Dumenden
  • Using autobiographical poetry as data to investigate the experience of living with end-stage renal disease : an interpretative phenomenological analysis
  • Johanna Spiers and Jonathan A. Smith
  • Unnamed moments, transformation and the doing and making of trauma therapy practices
  • Lesley A. Porter
  • Poetic inquiry, refrigerator magnets and Kedrick?
  • Mary E. Weems
  • Materializing the Punctum : a poetic study of the Washington State University Clothesline Project
  • Patricia Maarhuis and Pauline Sameshima
  • Research in special education : poetic data anyone?
  • Seeing with an unconscious eye : the poetic in the work of Emily Carr
  • Rama Cousik
  • The stories we tell in America : state-sponsored violence and 'black' space
  • Jazmin A. White and Lisa William-White
  • Alexandra Fidyk
  • Lean in as the story is told : vestibular sense, poetic image, instruction for seeing
  • Cristi Kramer
  • A/R/T(herapist)-ography : examining the weave
Control code
SPR934591451
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xvii, 328 pages ):
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789463003155
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Poetic inquiry II : seeing, caring, understanding : using poetry as and for inquiry, edited by Kathleen T. Galvin (University of Hull, UK) and Monica Prendergast (University of Victoria, Canada), (electronic book)
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Kate Evans
  • The unpredictability of bliss : a grandfather's poetic riffs
  • Carl Leggo
  • Joys and dilemmas : documenting, disentangling, and understanding experience through poetry
  • Mary Lou Soutar-Hynes
  • Embodied poetics in mother poetry : dialectics and discourses of mothering
  • Sandra L. Faulkner and Cynthia Nicole
  • Resonance and aesthetics : no place that does not see you
  • Lorri Neilsen Glenn ;
  • Section 2: Understanding : poetry through inquiry.
  • Introduction
  • Poetics in a capacious landscape
  • Collette Quinn-Hall
  • White skin, brown soul : a poetic autoethnography
  • Jacquie Kidd
  • Poems written in service of "service"
  • Jane Piirto
  • Finding grandma : memories, stories, gifts
  • John J. Guiney Yallop
  • The use of I poems to better understand complex subjectivities
  • Lori E. Koelsch
  • Kathleen Galvin and Monica Prendergast ;
  • What is good for the poem is good for the poet : an experiment in poetic-psychoanalytic therapy
  • Sean Wiebe
  • Geopoetics : an opening of the world
  • Suzanne M. Thomas ;
  • Section 3: Caring : poetry with and for ethnically sensitive practice.
  • Waking up following breast surgery : an insight from the Beats, Burroughs and the cut-up technique
  • Fran Biley
  • Making the case for poetic inquiry in health services research
  • Frances Rapport and Graham Hartill
  • 'If you believe, if you keep busy, you can develop yourself' : on being a refugee student in a mainstream school
  • Section 1: Seeing : poetry as inquiry.
  • Iris E. Dumenden
  • Using autobiographical poetry as data to investigate the experience of living with end-stage renal disease : an interpretative phenomenological analysis
  • Johanna Spiers and Jonathan A. Smith
  • Unnamed moments, transformation and the doing and making of trauma therapy practices
  • Lesley A. Porter
  • Poetic inquiry, refrigerator magnets and Kedrick?
  • Mary E. Weems
  • Materializing the Punctum : a poetic study of the Washington State University Clothesline Project
  • Patricia Maarhuis and Pauline Sameshima
  • Research in special education : poetic data anyone?
  • Seeing with an unconscious eye : the poetic in the work of Emily Carr
  • Rama Cousik
  • The stories we tell in America : state-sponsored violence and 'black' space
  • Jazmin A. White and Lisa William-White
  • Alexandra Fidyk
  • Lean in as the story is told : vestibular sense, poetic image, instruction for seeing
  • Cristi Kramer
  • A/R/T(herapist)-ography : examining the weave
Control code
SPR934591451
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xvii, 328 pages ):
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789463003155
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations.
Specific material designation
remote

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