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Postdevelopmental approaches to childhood art.

Author: Jayne Osgood; Mona Sakr
Publisher: London : Bloomsbury Academic 2019.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In childhood research, children's art-making has typically been viewed and understood through a lens of developmental psychology and the notion that children's art-making progresses through a linear series of stages continues to dominate how we design and implement art-making experiences for young children. Postdevelopmental Approaches to Childhood Art brings together the work of theorists from around the world who  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jayne Osgood; Mona Sakr
ISBN: 9781350042544 1350042544
OCLC Number: 1105605098
Description: 232 p.
Contents: Introduction, Mona Sakr and Jayne Osgood 1. Art-making as Activity: How Children Make Meaning through Art, Heather Malin 2. Childhood Art in Community Education: Postdevelopmental Learning through Feminist Leadership, Diversity and Pedagogic Invention, Linda Knight 3. Children's Photography as Sense-making, Mona Sakr 4. Holly Banister: A Social Incentive Account of Exceptional Drawing Ability, Paul Duncum 5. Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Art: The Lessons of Intergenerational Art Curricula and Postdevelopmental Theorizing, Rachel Heydon and Lisa-Marie Gagliardi 6. 'You Can't Separate It from Anything': Glitter's Doings as Materialized Figurations of Childhood (and) Art, Jayne Osgood 7. 'So You Will Remember Me as an Artist': Art-making as a Way of Being in Early Childhood, Christine Marme Thompson 8. 'It Might Get Messy, or Not Be Right': Scribble as Postdevelopmental Art, Victoria de Rijke 9. 'We Need It Loud!': Listening to Preschool Making from Mediated and Materialist Perspectives Karen Wohlwend, Anna Keune and Kylie Peppler 10. Thinking Childhood Art with Care in an Ecology of Practices, Laura Trafi-Prats Index
Responsibility: Jayne Osgood; Mona Sakr.

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In childhood research, children's art-making has typically been viewed and understood through a lens of developmental psychology and the notion that children's art-making progresses through a linear series of stages continues to dominate how we design and implement art-making experiences for young children. Postdevelopmental Approaches to Childhood Art brings together the work of theorists from around the world who have presented postdevelopmental approaches to childhood art, thereby playing a vital part in unsettling the dominance of the developmental paradigm and offering worked examples of alternative models. Drawing on sociocultural theory, Deleuzian philosophy, posthumanism and postmodernism each chapter offers a theoretical basis that challenges developmentalism, as well as an application of that theoretical basis. The contributors also consider what this shift in our perspective means for the design and implementation of art-making experiences for young children.

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