KIPWORLD

Blog URL:http://kipworldblog.blogspot.com/
Blog Tags:performative, research, social science, qualitative, arts-based, film
Country:United Kingdom
State/Province:Dorset
Location:Bournemouth

Kip Jones' musings and reports on Performative Social Science, or the use of tools from the arts in researching and/or disseminating qualitative data.



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Sadie Zimmer

on Aug 17, 2018

Atlantic City gay scene, 1960sWe are made of our stories. The time we walked out, and never looked back. The time we gave away everything that we owned. And, my oh my, the many risks we took in spite of ourselves.Like most friends at the time, I met...

Performative Social Science (PSS) is an arts-led method of research and dissemination developed by Jones at Bournemouth University over ten years and is recognized internationally. Recently lauded by Sage Publications, they described PSS as pione...

Chapters on Performative Social Science by Kip Jonesin four international text books Recently lauded by Sage Publications, they described Performative Social Science as pioneering work that will ‘propel arts-led research forward’ and be a 'val...

Chapters on Performative Social Science by Kip Jonesin three international text books Recently lauded by Sage Publications, they described Performative Social Science as pioneering work that will ‘propel arts-led research forward’ and be a 'va...

Clippings from Paris showI was in Paris for just two weeks to do interviews for some French magazines about the exhibition of my paintings later that Autumn.  The exposition was to be held in an ever-so trendy and chic Marais gallery/bistro. The...

The short film, RUFUS STONE, produced by Bournemouth University, is seven years old this year. The film has been screened widely over this time and seen in schools, universities, international conferences, community organisations, health and social c...

Kip Jones, a pioneer in Performative Social Science at Bournemouth University (BU), has two substantial book Chapters now available in texts published by Wiley-Blackwell and Palgrave Macmillan. Both texts move the practice of arts-led research forwar...