Ethnodrama: An Anthology of Reality Theatre
Ethnodrama: An Anthology of Reality Theatre contains seven carefully-selected ethnodramas that best illustrate this emerging genre of arts-based research, a burgeoning but evident trend in the field of theatre production itself. In his introduction to ethnodrama and to the plays themselves, Saldaña emphasizes how a credible, vivid, and persuasive rendering of a research participant's story as a theatrical performance creates insights for both researcher and audience not possible through conventional qualitative data analysis. With their focus on the personal, immediate and contextual, these plays about marginalized identities, abortion, street life and oppression manage a unique balance between theoretical research and everyday realism.
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An Introduction to Ethnodrama
Scenes from Voices in the Rain
Scenes from 14
Growing Up as a Teacher in the Chicago Public Schools
Ethnodramatic Dialogue with Monologue
Scenes of Marital Disintegration
Wearing the Secret Out
Baddies Grubs the Nitty Gritty
DRAMATIC MODELS FOR ETHNODRAMA
About the Contributors
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x. oldal - The proposition is that performed ethnography may provide more accessible and clearer public explanations of research than is frequently the case with traditional, written report texts (Mienczakowski, 1996). The public performance of ethnography in the argot of its informants may be argued to deacademize the report construction process. Significantly, ethnodrama also returns the ownership, and therefore the power, of the report to its informants as opposed to possessing it on behalf of the academy...
x. oldal - ... theatre, film, video, ethnography, performance, text' (Denzin, 1997). Incorporated with audience responses this may promote wider understanding for participants. Ethnodramas differ from other forms of performance ethnographic practice because it is their overt intention not just transgressively to blur boundaries but to be a form of public voice ethnography that has emancipatory and educational potential.
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