Re•Vision: The Centre for Art and Social Justice
Theory and Methodology Papers
Re•Vision is an assemblage of social science research projects dedicated to exploring ways that marginalized and misrepresented communities can use the arts to advance social inclusion and justice by challenging stereotypes. These articles explore digital storytelling and reach across projects, drawing on stories/videos from multiple different workshops facilitated by Re•Vision.
Rice, C., I. Mündel (2018). Story-Making as Methodology: Disrupting Dominant Stories Through Multimedia Storytelling. Canadian Review of Sociology Special Issue: Visual Methodologies.
Rice, C., A. LaMarre, N. Changfoot, P. Douglas (2018). Making Spaces: Multimedia Storytelling as Reflexive, Creative Praxis. Qualitative Research in Psychology.
Rice, C., I. Mündel (Under Review). Multimedia Storytelling Methodology: Notes on Access and Inclusion in Neoliberal Times. Canadian Journal of Disability Studies.