Researching embodied learning by using videographic participation for data collection and audiovisual narratives for dissemination – illustrated by the encounter between two acrobats

Stine Klein Degerbøl, Charlotte Svendler Nielsen

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Abstract

The article concerns doing ethnography in education and it reflects upon using ‘videographic participation’ for data collection and the concept of ‘audiovisual narratives’ for dissemination, which is inspired by the idea of developing academic video. The article takes a narrative approach to qualitative research and presents a case from contemporary circus education examining embodied learning, whereas the particular focus in this article is methodology and the development of a dissemination strategy for empirical material generated through videographic participation. Drawing on contributions concerned with the senses from the field of sport sciences and from the field of visual anthropology and sensory ethnography, the article concludes that using videographic participation and creating audiovisual narratives might be a good option to capture the multisensuous dimensions of a learning situation.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftEthnography and Education
Vol/bind10
Udgave nummer1
ISSN1745-7823
StatusUdgivet - 2015
Udgivet eksterntJa

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  • Undersøgelsesdesign, teori og metode

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