Positive Organisational Arts-Based Youth Scholarship: Redressing Discourse on Danger, Disquiet, and Distress during COVID-19
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Empirical material can… facilitate and encourage critical reflection: to enhance our ability to challenge, rethink, and illustrate theory… To problematize means to… open up and to point out the need and possible directions for rethinking and developing the theory… It is the unanticipated and the unexpected—the things that puzzle the researcher—that are of particular interest… theory development is stimulated and facilitated through the selective interest of what does not work in an existing theory… encouraging interpretations that allow a productive and noncommonsensical understanding of ambiguous social reality.
We see strong similarities between the aims of critical theory and those of POS. The foundational statement for POS invites researchers to imagine another world in which almost all organizations are typified by appreciation, collaboration, virtuousness, vitality, and meaningfulness. Creating abundance and human well-being are key indicators of success.... Significant attention is given to what makes life worth living. Imagine that scholarly researchers emphasize theories of excellence, transcendence, positive deviance, extraordinary performance, and positive spirals of flourishing.
Arts based research can provide the stuff that researchers can use to promote theoretical understanding of the traditional sort. Thus, out of connoisseurship come opportunities to generate conventional theory… theory is not limited to statements or to propositions; it is not necessarily fettered to the linguistic… theory is a structure for the promotion of understanding.
2. Positive Organisational Arts-Based Youth Scholarship: Exemplars
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Dadich, A.; Boydell, K.M.; Habak, S.; Watfern, C. Positive Organisational Arts-Based Youth Scholarship: Redressing Discourse on Danger, Disquiet, and Distress during COVID-19. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2021, 18, 5655. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph18115655
Dadich A, Boydell KM, Habak S, Watfern C. Positive Organisational Arts-Based Youth Scholarship: Redressing Discourse on Danger, Disquiet, and Distress during COVID-19. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2021; 18(11):5655. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph18115655Chicago/Turabian Style
Dadich, Ann, Katherine M. Boydell, Stephanie Habak, and Chloe Watfern. 2021. "Positive Organisational Arts-Based Youth Scholarship: Redressing Discourse on Danger, Disquiet, and Distress during COVID-19" International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18, no. 11: 5655. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph18115655