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My Research Life through Studies in Art Education: A Body of Work
Studies in Art Education
Vol. 47, No. 1 (Fall, 2005), pp. 70-82
Published by: National Art Education Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25475773
Page Count: 13
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This lecture is based on a dozen articles I had published in Studies in Art Education as author and co-author from 1977 to the present as well as several articles that are in-progress. I make an analogy of this body of research to a body of work produced by a practicing artist. I also refer to the intellectual climate in which ideas for my research studies germinated and flourished as expressions of the time in which they originated. What first may appear to be eclecticism is in reality an interweaving of almost 30 years of bringing together the content and methodologies found in these dozen Studies articles.
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