The Routledge international handbook of practice-based research / edited by Craig Vear ; consultant editors, Linda Candy and Ernest Edmonds.Series: Routledge international handbooksPublisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2022Description: xxxiv, 749 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 26 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780367341435; 0367341433; 9781032182209; 1032182202Subject(s): Research -- Methodology | Social sciences -- Research -- Methodology | Evidence-based medicine | Evidence-based design | Practice (Philosophy) | Recherche -- Méthodologie | Sciences sociales -- Recherche -- Méthodologie | Médecine factuelle | Architecture factuelle | Pratique (Philosophie) | Evidence-based design | Evidence-based medicine | Practice (Philosophy) | Research -- Methodology | Social sciences -- Research -- MethodologyAdditional physical formats: Online version: Routledge international handbook of practice-based researchDDC classification: 001.4/2 LOC classification: Q180.55.M4 | R68 2022
Includes bibliographical references and index.
PART I. Practice-Based Research -- PART II. Knowledge -- PART III. Method -- PART IV. The Practice-Based PhD -- PART V. Practitioner Voices.
"This Handbook provides readers with an overview of the field of Practice-Based Research (PBR): different approaches, disciplines that frequently employ PBR, methodologies and creative outputs. It gives guidance and exemplars of the way PBR is carried out, including both within academic study and through 'practitioner voice' case studies and examples. It takes a wide-ranging view of the field, including both the more established use of PBR in the creative arts, as well as fields in which PBR is emerging, such as Education, and digital art and technology"--