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Dance Movement Therapists in Action : A Working Guide to Research Options, Second Edition
Cruz, Robyn Flaum & Cynthia F. Berrol (Eds)
Charles C. Thomas, Publishers / softcover, out of pr / 2012-03-01 / 0398087067
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250 pages
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This updated and expanded new edition continues the theme of the first edition that presents a spectrum of research alternatives that can inform clinical practice, inspire the clinician, and guide scholarly dance/movement therapy (DMT) research. It highlights two basic research frameworks— quantitative (objective) and qualitative (interpretative)—including their underlying philosophic and theoretical tenets. The book is divided into four sections. Section 1 provides a sequential guide to the contents of the volume and establishes a rationale for the relevance of research to the field of dance/movement therapy. Section 2 explores the “Traditional Methods and Research Considerations” and is primarily devoted to experimental designs and the alternatives within the quantitative research paradigm. Section 3 addresses varying modes of qualitative approaches, and the interpretive designs that continue to evolve to meet the changing conditions of research inquiry in the arts and behavioral sciences. Section 4 comprises chapters that examine research alternatives and growing trends. These chapters include a spectrum of research models and methods such as evaluation research, embodied artistic inquiry, and mixing qualitative and quantitative methods in a single study. Throughout the book, many examples are given that provide knowledge and awareness of the living body, the diverse ways of working, and the importance of creative expression and integration. In addition, creative alternatives and options, artistic inquiry, single-subject design (SSD), individual case study, issues of reliability and validity, interviews, observations, and content analysis are explored that will assist the dance/movement therapist. This text will be an accessible introduction for students and interns as well as a useful guide for seasoned professionals.

Contents:

Foreword by Joan Chodorow

SECTION 1—INTRODUCTION

Chapter

1. Different Conceptualizations of Research: A Reader’s Guide to This Text

Cynthia F. Berrol and Robyn Flaum Cruz

2. What’s Research Got to Do with It?

Robyn Flaum Cruz and Cynthia F. Berrol

SECTION 2—TRADITIONAL METHODS AND

RESEARCH CONSIDERATIONS

3. The Expanding Options of Experimental Research Design in Dance/Movement Therapy

Cynthia F. Berrol

4. Issues of Validity and Reliability in the Use of Movement Observations and Scales

Robyn Flaum Cruz and Sabine C. Koch

5. The Case Study

Harris Chaiklin and Sharon Chaiklin

6. Single-Subject Designs in Clinical Dance/Movement Therapy Research

Sherry W. Goodill and Robyn Flaum Cruz

SECTION 3-INTERPRETIVE METHODS AND

RESEARCH CONSIDERATIONS

7. Embodying Difference: Addressing Issues of Diversity and

Social Justice in Dance/Movement Therapy Research

Christine Caldwell & Rae Johnson

8. Qualitative Research Methods, Data Collection and Analysis:

Interviews, Observations, and Content Analysis

Michele Forinash

9. Applying Anthropological Methods in Dance/Movement Therapy Research

Judith Lynne Hanna

SECTION 4—CREATIVE ALTERNATIVES AND OPTIONS

10. What is Evaluation Research?

Robyn Flaum Cruz

11. Embodied Artistic Inquiry

Lenore Wadsworth Hervey

12. How to Mix Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in a

Dance/Movement Therapy Research Project

Cynthia F. Berrol

Name Index

Subject Index

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