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(p. 708) Index

(p. 708) Index

(p. 709) Note: Tables, figures, and boxes are indicated by an italic t, f, and b, respectively, following the page number.

21st-century academic landscape 17–32
biopsychosocial model 18
citizens’ juries 31
complex and diffuse phenomena 29–30
critical area studies, emergence 23–25
disciplinarity 19f, 20–21
ethical imperative 30
feminism, women, and work 17
Finland, educational reform 18
globalizing world 25–27
globalizing world, hybridity 26–27
integrated and holistic approach 18
interdisciplinarity 19f, 21, 22f
mixed-methods research and pragmatism 25
multidisciplinarity 19f, 21, 21f
phenomenon-based learning 18
problems and public 29–31
social issues 18
technological changes 27–28
transdisciplinarity 19–23, 19f, 21f, 22f (see also transdisciplinarity)
transdisciplinary approach 18–19
transformative paradigm 24–25
512 Hours (Abramovic) 399
A
Abbott, S. 604
abduction 254–255
analysis 261
reporting 262–263
Abdulla, Sharifa 150, 156–158, 167, 168, 172
Abramovic, Marina
512 Hours 399
Artist Is Present, The 399
Work Relation 385–386
academic freedom, attacks on 39–40
academic landscape, 21st-century 17–32. See also 21st-century academic landscape
accountability, Milan’s question of 67–69
Ackerman, A. 370
action, rising 540
Actionists’, Viennese 389
action research 105
active engagement, blogs 574
activism. See also specific types
art and 390–394
cellphilms 422–423
itinerant scholar-activist, becoming 65–66
liberatory 558
vs. scholarship 55
video 394
activist engagement 59–65
Prime Movers fellowship 59–61
Prime Movers fellowship, extending relationships beyond 64–65
Prime Movers fellowship, program evolution 62–64, 63f
reaching out to “publics” 65
Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media and Technology 312
Adams, D., Creative Community: The Art of Cultural Development 122, 285n11
Adams, Jane 126–128
Adams, T. E.
Autoethnography 283
Narrating Forgiveness 282
Narrating the Closet 282
Addams, John 105
Adelman, C. 105
ad hoc media commentary 634–635
ADVANCE-IT program 656
(p. 710) Advance of Private Higher Education, Engaging Communities and Campuses 107
advisory and review boards, community 118
African American Intellectual History Society (AAIHS) 313
agency, crisis of 48
AIDS the Musical 160
Alexander, B. K. 495
Alfred, T. 434–435
Alinsky, Saul 125, 128–130
Rules for Radicals 128
Allman, Paula 677–678
Almeida, J. M. 469–470
Alvesson, M. 262
Amdur, R. 107–108
American Factfinder 291
American Historical Association 300
analysis
abduction 261
content, academic blogs 585–587
deduction 260–261
induction 259–260
interpretive phenomenological 449, 449t
interviews 258–261
multiadic, academic blogs 587–588
qualitative research interview 258–261
analytic induction 259
Anderson, Benedict 264–265n1
Anderson, C. 376
Anderson, T. 582
Andrew, D. 650
androcentrism 400–401
Aniñir, David 321
anonymity
definition 448
vs. owning one’s words 448
anthropocentrism 399–400, 400f
antidiscrimination, BG4Unity 655–660
antidiscrimination research, grant writing 655–660
challenges 655–656
creative solutions 656–659
funding, diverse forms 659
pay it forward 660
symbiotic synergies 660
anti-hate intervention, BG4Unity 655–659
Anzaldúa, Gloria E. 26–27, 178–179, 180, 200
This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color 560
Apocalyptical 378
Archer, W. 582
Archibald, L. 90
Arlitsch, Kenning 654
Arraez, C. 555
art and activism 390–394
Art-Eco Project 401–405, 402f
art and science, between 407
artworks and events 403
Break a Brain festival 396, 399, 401, 403, 403f, 410–411
goals 401–403
independent artist and public scholar 405–407
publications, academic 404, 404f
public role 410
resources, finding 408–410, 409f
“Sharing Commons–Varying Perspectives” 402f
teaching 405
traditional and social media publications 405, 406f
Artist Is Present, The (Abramovic) 399
artivism 390–391
art practice, community 121–143
Art/Research International: A Transdisciplinary Journal 316
arts
blogs 591–592
cross-cultural collaborative, for public health 147–173 (see also cross-cultural collaborative arts, for public health)
as human expression 148
research, visual arts campaigns 383 (See also visual art campaigns)
space, hybrid metrics in 150–156
artworks 403
assemblage 387–388
asynchronous communication 498
asynchronous research, value 444–447
difficult subject matter and participant fear of talking face to face 444–445
(p. 711) phenomenology, implementation issues 446–447
time commitment/convenience 445–446
Atherton, C. 624, 625, 630
At Risk: Natural Hazards, People’s Vulnerability and Disasters (Blaikie et al.) 214
Atwood, Margaret 549
audience and voice 513–530
audience apathetic researchers 514
audience categories 514, 520–523
audience engagement 525–526
audience reactions 523–525
businesses, corporate entities 514, 516t
capturing audiences 520–523
collaborators 517
colleagues 514, 515t, 517
cross-culturalism, globalization, and audience interpretations 527–528
crowdfunding platforms 514, 516t
definition 472
dissemination 513–514
imagined audience 526
Instagram 473
language 514
narrative film 376
participants, interview or observation 514, 515t, 518
policymakers and lobbyists 514, 515t, 518–519
public 514, 515t, 519–520
reflexivity and 513, 526–527
registers, changing 514
self, narrations revealing 513
students 514, 516t
tenure and 528–529
voices, many 513
Audience Dialogue 297–298
Austin, W. 21
authoritarianism 46, 48–50
autism spectrum disorder, asynchronous research for 445
Autoethnography (Adams et al.) 283
Avdeff, M. 492
B
Badgett, M. V. Lee 6
Bailey, C. A. 284n3, 285n12
Baker, G. W. 212
Ballif, John Lyman 477, 478f
Bannini, Phillip 5
Barger, Jorn 574
Barnabas, S. 425
Barnes, R. 525
Barney, Daniel T. 474–477, 476f
Barrelhouse 311–312
Barrett, Bradley, Explore Everything: Place-hacking the City 617–621
Barrett, T. 472, 473
Bateson, Mary Catherine 65
Bauman, A. 112
Bauman, Zygmunt 49
Bay, M. 561
Beall, Jeffrey, Scholarly Open Access: Critical Analysis of Scholarly Open-Access Publishing 573, 578, 582, 595
Beall’s List 578
Becker, A. 105–106
Behar, R. 535
Bellah, R. N., Habits of the Heart: Individualism and Commitment in American Life 245b246b
Belmont Report 81–82, 108
ethical principles 108–110
justice 82, 83–84, 108
beloved and problematic communities 185, 192–193
beneficence 82, 86–90, 108
Benjamin, Walter 397
Bennett, D. M. 226, 227–228
Berger, P. L. 491–492
Beuys, Joseph 405
Bey, Hakim 393
BG4Unity 655–660
Bhabba, H. 26
bibliotherapy 317
Bichelbaum, Andy 130
Big Read, NEA 309–310
Billy, Reverend 392
biopsychosocial model 18
Bjerke, T. N. 493, 500
Black, capitalization of term 204n1
Black Lives Matter
social awareness campaigns, performative gestures 392
social justice public literature 313
(p. 712) Blair, Lorrie 470–474, 471f
Blakie, P. 214
Blandy, D., Histories of Community-Based Art Education 121
Blee, K. 284n3
Blogger.com 575
blogging 519
blogs, academic 573–596
as academic research 585–592
as academic research, arts-based 591–592
as academic research, content analysis 585–587
as academic research, diary research 588–591
as academic research, multiadic analysis 587–588
accessibility vs. ephemerality 594–595
active engagement 574
education function 580
engagement function 583–584
environments, types 576–579
expedience vs. credibility 593–594
filter 578–579
Hall, Justin 574–575
history and overview 574–576
information function 581–582
metaphors 579–585
personal 576–577
posts 573–574
professor 529
Realistically Ever After: Notes from the Real Life of a Long-Term Cancer Survivor (Ellingson) 573, 576, 581, 595
relationship function 582–583
research method function 584–585
Scholarly Open Access: Critical Analysis of Scholarly Open-Access Publishing (Beall) 573, 578, 582, 595
Sex & Psychology (Lehmiller) 573, 577, 581–582, 595
tensions, ongoing 592–596
topic-driven 577–578
as unique 574
blogs, worldwide number 575–576
Blouin, D. 107
Bluhm, R. 346
Blumer, Herbert 260
Boal, Augusto 150, 348
Boardman, William 687
Bochner, A. 534
Evocative Autoethnography: Writing Lives and Telling Stories 591
Bol, David 310
Bolin, P., Histories of Community-Based Art Education 121
Boneh, Galia 150–151, 153–156, 168
This Is My Story 151, 165
Botella, C. 422
Bottero, W. 291
Bourdieu, Pierre 43, 246b247b
Distinction 497
Weight of the World, The 264
boyd, dahan 483
Boyd, D. M. 583
Boyle, J. 324
Boyle, M. S. 392
Boyle, S. 324
Boylorn, Robin M. 705
Brabeck, K. 109
Brady, Dan 311–312
Brandt, J. 497
Brattin, Rick 39
Brazil
Freire’s work 149–150
Zika virus 170
Break a Brain festival 396, 399, 401, 403, 403f, 410–411
bridge/bridging leaders 60–61
Bring Aztlan to Mexican Chicago (Zimmerman) 131–132
Brinkmann, S. 253–255
Broad, K. L. 507
Brodsky, Joseph 322
Bromley, E. 103, 109, 115
Brooks, Rick 310
Brown, capitalization of term 204n1
Browne, K. E. 230–231
Brugge, D. 107–108
Buckingham, D. 422
Buckley, William F. 676
Buika, J. 228
Burawoy, Michael 5, 56, 494–495, 498
Burkholder, Casey 425, 431–434, 432f, 436
(p. 713) Burton, I. 214
businesses, audience and voice for 514, 516t
Butler, Judith 249
C
Cage, John 124
Freeman Etudes 137–138
Cameron, F. 20
campaigning, in arts and research 401–405, 402f. See also Art-Eco Project
campaigns 384–386
Campbell-Page, R. M. 110, 111
cancer disparities
environmental factors 18
social issues 18
transdisciplinary approach 18–19
Cannon, T. 214
CantoMundo 320
Cantor, N. 105
capitalism
disaster 670
exploitation 698
Trump win and racism 671–672
Carless, David 283
Carragee, K. M. 584
casino capitalism 37, 42
Castleden, H. 112, 115, 117
Castro, J. C. 482
Castro, Juan Carlos 478–485, 479f480f, 482f484f
Untitled 2011–2015 478, 479f480f, 482f484f, 484–485
Castro, S. 314
Cave Canem 320
cellphilms 419–437
activism 422–423
case studies 425–434
case studies, sex and South African rural schools 428–430
case studies, Zapotec elders and youth fostering intergenerational dialogue 426–428
criminal evidence 423
definitions 421–422
Digital Voices project 429, 435, 437n4
everyday practices of video-making 422
global mobile network 419
Hong Kong, ethnic minority youth 431–434, 432f
methods 424–425
narrowcasting 435
NER (no-editing-required) 424, 435
news media 423
OSS (one-shot-shoot) 424
participatory visual methodologies 420–421
participatory visual research 424
public scholarship, implications 434–436
term, origins 421
as viral reality 421
cellphones
global mobile network 419
video making 419–437 (see also cellphilms)
Center for Digital Storytelling 301
Center for Studies in Oral Tradition 301
Centring the Human Subject in Health Research: Understanding the Meaning and Experience of Research Participation 336–341, 352t
audience evaluation 339–341
development, of performed research 337–339
methodological approach 336–337
Chamberlain 321
Liminalities 308
chapbook, public 325–327
Chapman, O. 470–471
characters 543–545
#CharlestonSyllabus 313, 560
Chaudhury, L. 176, 181, 197, 199
Cherniak, J. 309
Chicago, community art practice 126–133
Addams, Jane 126–128
Alinsky, Saul 125, 128–130
Mexican art, organizing, and community 130–132
public art group 132–133
Chicago Public Art Group (CPAG) 132–133
Chicago Social Practice History Series (Jacob & Zeller) 126
Chicanas of 18th Street: Narratives of a Movement from Latino Chicago (Ramírez) 131
Chichewa 165
(p. 714) Chomsky, Noam 673, 687
choreography, oral history as 292
Christo 400
churnalism 630
Cigler, B. A. 211
citations, fetishism of 605
citizens’ juries 31
civic capacities, education developing 41
civic scientist 578
civil rights movement 670–671
clicktivism 379
cliffhanger 540–541
climax and resolution 541
Cloître, M. 594
Clowns Without Borders (Sonke) 151, 152
code of ethics 81
American Sociological Association 112–113
deception 91
coding
concept (theory)-driven 259, 262
data-driven 259, 262
theory-driven 262
Coetzee, J. M. 42
Cohen, K. 588–590
Cohen, Roger 47
cohesiveness 582
“cold-call” media releases 634–635
Cole, Juan 692–693
collaboration
benefits and limits 554–555
community-based organizations and academic institutions 106–107
transparency, not secrecy 91
collaborative arts, cross-cultural
language in 165–166
subcultures 156–159, 157f
collaborators, audience and voice 517
collage 387–388
colleagues, audience and voice 514, 515t, 517
collective storytelling and critical pedagogy 365–371
characters, crafting 365–366
director 372–374, 374f375f
narrative structure and plot 370–371, 371f372f
setting, using the familiar 366–369, 367f369f
collectivity 379
Collins, Patricia Hill 705
colonias 78–79, 81, 97
Combahee River Collective (CRC) 559–560
Comfort, L. K. 211, 228
commodification 695
of multiculturalism and diversity 185, 193–194
common sense 683
communal healing, as priority 185, 194–196
communication
asynchronous 498
caring health, community-based research for 660–663
digital 443 (see also specific forms)
email 501–503
email, prevalence 490 (see also email; online, public scholarship)
intergenerational dialogue, Zapotec elders and youth 426–428
online, impression management and 491–494
open 91
synchronous 498
transcultural exchanges 653
communities of practice 485
community(ies)
definition 284n1
imagined 264n1
as primary audience 198–200
community advisory and review boards 118
community art practice 121–143
futility 125
literature on 121–122
narratives, specific 133–137
precedent 125–133
precedent: Adams, Jane 126–128
precedent: Alinsky, Saul 125, 128–130
precedent: Chicago 126–133
precedent: Chicago Mexican art, organizing, and community 130–132
(p. 715) precedent: Chicago public art group 132–133
three-part work 123–125
tips: academy is double-edged sword 141
tips: ask the community 142
tips: be absurd, even when things get serious 140
tips: engage community members 141
tips: failure is OK, but get better at it 140–141
tips: foreground critical love 140
tips: invite others to work with you 142
tips: look at works of others 142
tips: project length - 15+ years 138–139
tips: project should aim to listen 139
tips: project should ask questions that can’t necessarily be answered 141–142
tips: project should be filled with difference 139
tips: your skills are important, but only one part 139–140
community-based organizations (CBOs). See also community-based research (CBR)
academic institution collaboration 106–107
definition 105
power, renegotiated 116–117
traditional research ethics and challenge for 107–114 (see also under community-based research (CBR))
community-based participatory action research (CBPAR) 24
community-based participatory research (CBPR) 24
terminology 104
community-based research (CBR) 24. See also specific types
for caring health communication 660–663
historical context 105–106
community-based research (CBR), ethical challenges 103–173
Belmont Report, ethical principles 108–110
goals 117
history 107–108
individual vs. community rights 108
individual vs. community rights, tobacco use reduction in poor minority communities 113–114
informed consent, for individuals vs. community 110
informed consent, healthcare access, undocumented women 110–111
Insitutional Review Board exclusive review, challenging 114–116
National Research Act 108
objectivity, impartiality, and professional boundaries 111–112
objectivity, impartiality, and professional boundaries, immigration raids and professional boundaries 112–113
overview 103
power, renegotiated 116–117
rationale 106–107
rights protection, for communities 108–109
rights protection, for human subjects 108
social justice and social change 109
stereotypes and stigmatization 109
terminology 104–105
traditional research ethics and challenge 107–114
community-based researchers and community-based organizations, ethical challenges 103–173
community of practice 62–64, 63f
Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) grant program 229–230
community rights 108
vs. individual rights 113
vs. individual rights, case study: tobacco use reduction in poor minority communities 113
complementary specialists 556
concept-driven coding 259, 262
conferences, for public literature and creative writing 310–312
confidentiality
community-based organization staff 107
email transcription 506–507
online, asynchronous data collection 448, 451
(p. 716) protections, for researchers and participants 87–88, 543
respect for persons 108
vulnerable populations 82
conflict management, grant projects 644, 661
confrontational interaction 582
Congdon, K. G., Histories of Community-Based Art Education 121
connotations 524, 525
conscientization 150
consciousness, crisis of 48
consent
email, as method 503–505
informed consent forms 91–93
voluntary 87–88
consumerism 398–399, 399f
Contact!Unload 341–345, 342f, 352t
contemporary art, vs. modern art 387
content analysis, blogs 585–587
contingency plans 91
con-versation 245. See also interview(ing)
conversational networks 264n1
conversations 543
Conversations and Connections: Practical Advice for Writers 311
Cook, C. 444–445
Coppola, Francis Ford 377
Cornell Prison Education Program 318
corporate entities, audience and voice for 514, 516t
Costantini, A. 554, 566
counterpublic sphere, revolutionary intellectual and 669–699. See also revolutionary intellectual, creating counterpublic sphere
covert observation, public contexts 284n2
Cox, S. M. 336, 339
Craigo, Karen 325–327
Creative Community: The Art of Cultural Development (Adams & Goldbard) 122
creative nonfiction 533–549. See also storytelling
creative writing 307–330. See also literature and creative writing
creativity
administration tasks on 645
art practice 395
culture of 653
Eisner’s types 292
interviewing 293–295
narrative films 360–362
oral history as 292–293
Crisis of the European Sciences, The (Husserl) 248–249
critical area studies, emergence 23–25
critical literacies, education for 41
critical love 140
critical pedagogy 42–45
collective storytelling and 365–371 (see also collective storytelling and critical pedagogy)
critical race theories 23–24
critical thinking 45–46
criticism, possibility and, discourse of 49–50
Crnkovich, M. 90
Cross, J. 106, 114, 116
cross-cultural collaborative arts, for public health 147–173
arts space, hybrid metrics 150–156
Brazil, Freire and Boal 149–150
context 159–160
democratization of public health 147
language 149, 165–166
living out loud 147
metrics 166–167
poverty 169
process, artistic 148–149
public health messaging 147
public health windows 160–163, 162f, 163f
public health windows, Kovler Center for Victims of Torture - Guatemalan victims’ weaving project 160–163, 162f, 163f
public health windows, Maya Nadison and puppets 163–165, 164f
researcher as participant 168–169
subcultures, exploring 156–159, 157f
things to ponder 169–170
cross-culturalism, globalization, and audience interpretations 527–528
(p. 717) Crossroads Program, UCSB 649–650
Croteau, D. 57
crowdfunding
audience and voice 514, 516t
narrative film 362
websites 520
Crunk Feminist Collective 280, 281, 705
Cruz, E. G. 472
cultural struggle, capitalist state and 669–670
culture
definition 284n1
U.S. 97
culture jamming 386, 390, 391
Cunningham, Imogen 473
Cunningham, L. 221
Curious City 379
Cutler, Susan 214
Cutter, S. L. 211
cyberbullying 655
D
Daar, A. S. 346
Dadism 387–388
Daily Narrative, The (Gooddall) 280
Daniel, M. 521
Daniels, J. 419, 495, 704, 705
Darbellay, F. 27
Darder, Antonia 680, 696
DasGupta, S. 534
Dash, M. 221
Data, Technology, and Societal Impacts 232
data collection, in disaster research 224–228. see also under disaster research
data collection in qualitative research
asynchronous 443
synchronous 443
data collection in qualitative research, online, asynchronous 443–464. See also specific topics
asynchronous research, value 444–447
history 443–444
implementation 447–453
implementation, anonymity vs. owning one’s words 448
implementation, data collection 451–453
implementation, ethical considerations 447–448
implementation, in-depth responses 448–449, 449t
implementation, preexisting social group 450–451
implementation, recruiting from online social groups 451
implementation, venues, recruitment, and honesty 449–450
study excerpts 453–464
study excerpts, participants’ words, honoring 455, 455t
study excerpts, themes, autism spectrum disorder 455–461
study excerpts, themes, juveniles experiences after incarceration 461–464
study excerpts, working with institutional review board 453–454
data-driven coding 259, 262
Davis, I. 214
Deadline Festival 393
Debord, Guy, The Society of the Spectacle 390
deception 91
Declaration of Helsinki 108
decolonial, defined 205n2
de/colonial ontoepistemologies, transnational 176
de/colonization
conceptualizing 176–177
definition 177
methodological turns and ethics 196–202 (see also de/colonizing methodological turns and ethics)
par/des(i) ontoepistemic framework 181–183
par/des(i) ontoepistemologies as colonizing framework 202–203
de/colonizing methodological turns and ethics 196–202
#1: give up your will to know 196–198
#2: create new methodologies and strategies of inquiry 200–202
#2: imagine your participants and communities as you primary audience 198–200
(p. 718) Decolonizing Methodologies (Smith) 175, 177–178
Dedoose 298
deduction 254
analysis 260–261
reporting 262
De Lange, N. 422, 424, 428–430
De León, Jason, The Land of Open Graves: Living and Dying on the Migrant Trail 609–611
deliberative democracy 31
democratic institutions, downsizing 41
democratization
cultural 394
of public health 147
Dempsey, S. 583
Dempster, C. 158–159
Denzin, N. 59, 517–518
description, thick 542–543
descriptions, qualitative research interview 248
Desh 182
re-membering 184, 185–188, 187f
de Tocqueville, Alexis 71
Dewey, John 105, 126–127, 264, 373
on choreography 292
Great Communities 244
Public and Its Problems, The 242, 243–244
diary research, blogs 588–591
differance 693
Difficult Return, The 345
digital archiving 436
Digitales 301
digital media 419. See also specific types
cellphilms 419–437 (see also cellphilms)
digital projects. See also specific types
for public literature and creative writing 312–313
Digital Voices project 429, 435, 437n4
dignity, denial of 89
Dino, Richard 654
disaster
cost 209
definition 210
disaster life cycle 209
human and financial impacts 209
number, record 209
disaster capitalism 670
disaster research 209–232
Data, Technology, and Societal Impacts 232
data collection 224–228
data collection, case studies 227–228
data collection, documents 226–227
data collection, ethical issues 222–223
data collection, interviewing 225
data collection, observations 225–226
data collection, sampling 223–224
data collection, visual research 227
data collection in, sampling 223–224
disaster tradition 211–214
do no harm 222
future, research agenda 230–232
hazards tradition 214–215
High-Risk Habitation Zones 231–232
inductive approach 218–219
Infrastructure for Humanity 232
interdisciplinary nature 216, 217t
Justice, Equity, and Capacity Development 231
knowledge transfer, research practice to emergency management 228–230
methodological issues 222–228
methodological issues, ethical 222–223
methodological issues, sampling 223–224
Minority SURGE Capacity in Disasters 231
on phases of disaster 216
on phases of disaster, conducting 220–222
on phases of disaster, research in mitigation phase 221–222
on phases of disaster, research in preparedness phase 220–221
on phases of disaster, research in recovery phase 221
on phases of disaster, research in response phase 219–220
public administration 215–216
quality control 228
Risk Build-up and Disaster Exposure 231
risk tradition 215
roots 210–216
(p. 719) Scholars from Under-Represented Groups in Engineering (SURGE) 231
U.S. centers for 217t
William Averette Anderson Fund 231
Disaster Research Center (DRC) 213
Disasters by Design (Mileti) 214
disciplinarity 19f, 20–21
disciplinary boundaries 27
disciplinary codes 20
disciplinary discourse 20
disciplinary models 20
discrimination
antidiscrimination research, grant writing 655–660
eliminating 655–656
funding 656
increase 655
dissemination
forms, audience on 513–514
distal discourses 588
Distinction (Bourdieu) 497
diversity, commodification 185, 193–194
Dockney, J. 421–422, 423
Doll House, The, Taub’s adaptation 159–160
do no harm 59
beneficence 82, 86–90, 108
disaster research 222
Donskis, Leonidas 49
Douglas, Kitrina 283
Downey, Greg 529
Drama for Life (Nebe) 151
DuBose, C. 567
Duchamp, Marcel 397
Fountain 388
Dude, You’re a Fag: Masculinity and Sexuality in High School (Pascoe) 611–614
Dunbar, R. 89
Dutta, M. 594
Dynes, R. R. 210, 213
E
Eastman, T. K. 420
EcoJustice framework 395, 396, 410
Ede, L. 555
edge walkers 61
Edmond, Maura 379
education. See also higher education
blogs for, academic 580
for civic capacities 41
for critical literacies 41
Finland, reform 18
hegemony as educational relationship 51
objective 44
Trump on 45–46
Eine, Ben 394
Eisner, Elliot 293
Ellingson, Laura, Realistically Ever After: Notes from the Real Life of a Long-Term Cancer Survivor 573, 576, 581, 595
Ellis, C. 272, 540
Evocative Autoethnography: Writing Lives and Telling Stories 591
Ellison, J. 420
Ellison, N. B. 583
email 489–508. See also online, public scholarship
communication, prevalence 490
creation 489
as public performance 493
email, as method 497–507
benefits and challenges 498–500
ethics and consent 503–505
questions, structuring 505–506
rapport building and communication 501–503
recruitment 500–501
transcribing and maintaining confidentiality 506–507
emancipatory paradigm. See transformative paradigm
Embracing Ethics 230–231
emotional response 535–536
emotional vulnerability 536
empirical phenomenology 259–260
Engaged Framework of Public Scholarship 421
engaged populace 31
engaged social movement scholarship 55–73
activism vs. scholarship 55
critical questions 56
definition and purpose 56
development 56
itinerant scholar-activist, becoming 65–66
(p. 720) Milan’s questions framework revisited 66–71 (see also Milan’s questions framework revisited)
moral obligation 58–59
Prime Movers fellowship 59–61
Prime Movers fellowship, extending relationships beyond 64–65
Prime Movers fellowship, program evolution 62–64, 63f
public sociology, community contributions 56
undivided lives 57–58
engagement
active, blogs 574
audience 525–526
definition 346
Engaging Communities and Campuses 107
Engler, Mark 361–362
Engler, Paul 361–362
English, Ron 391
Englot, P. 105
entrepreneurialism 653
Environment as Hazard, The (Burton, Kate & White) 214
Enwezor, O. 395–396
Erikson, K. T. 222
Ernst, R. R. 30
ethical principles 108–110
beneficence 82, 86–90, 108
justice 82, 83–86, 108
respect for individual 82, 90–94, 108
ethics
code of ethics 81, 91, 112–113
community-based researchers and community-based organizations 103–173
data collection in qualitative research, online, asynchronous 447–448
disaster research 222–223
email, as method 503–505
engagement with vulnerable populations 80–83 (see also vulnerable populations, ethical issues)
imperative, 21st-century academia 30
pedagogy 44
social movement research 58–59
traditional research, community-based research challenge 107–114 (see also under community-based research (CBR))
ethnocentrism 401
ethnography
public 269–285 (see also public ethnography)
writing 279, 285n7
Evans, Stephanie 681–682
events 403
Everson, May Lynn 160–161
Evocative Autoethnography: Writing Lives and Telling Stories (Bochner & Ellis) 591
evocative storytelling 537–538
exposition 541
F
Facetime 290
faculty
market-driven evaluation 38
as part-time labor 38
tenure, attacks on 39–40
failed sociality 41
F&A rates 96
Faulkner, S. L. 704
Faupel, C. E. 221
Favorite Poem Project 322, 333
Feinberg, G. 551, 559
Fembot 312
feminism
research methodology 503–504
theories 23–24
on women and work 17
#FergusonSyllabus 560
fieldnote-in-public 589–590
fieldwork 269
public (see public ethnography)
film, narrative, as public scholarship 359–380. See also narrative film, as public scholarship
filter blogs 578–579
Finland, educational reform 18
Finn, Patrick 654
Firat, B. Ö. 390
first-person-perspective research 584
First World 194
Fischer, Henry 213
Fischman, G. E. 669–670, 684, 694–695
(p. 721) Fisher, Kim 322
Flacks, Richard 56, 58, 59
Fletcher, Laura 138
Flick, U. 254
Flinn, A. 436
Flowers, P. 458
Flux artists 389–390
Flyvbjerg, Bent 252–253, 256, 260
Foreman, J. 650
Foster, Raisa, Rikka 396, 398, 398f, 399, 400, 400f, 410
Fostering Interdisciplinarity 230
Fothergill, A. 230
Fountain (Duchamp) 388
Fracking the Neighborhood (Gullion) 537–538, 541, 545–546
framing, research 524
Franceschet, M. 554, 566
Franzen, Sarah 421
Frazier, Demita 559
freedom, academic, attacks on 39–40
Freeland, Cynthia 386–387
Freeman Etudes (Cage) 137–138
free-market intellectual
identity politics 690–696
vs. revolutionary intellectual 674–676
frequently asked questions (FAQ) sheet 92
Freudenburg, W. R. 222
Frewerd. J. 317
Frey, L. R. 584
Friere, Paulo 105, 366, 376, 379, 684, 698
Pedagogy of the Oppressed 105, 149, 365
Frisch, M. 290
Fritz, C. 210, 212, 225
Fritz, R. L. 493, 499, 501–502, 505–507
Froelicher, E. 113–114
Frosh, Stephen 250
funding. See also grant writing, as creative process
crowdfunding 362, 514, 516t, 520
narrative film 362–363
seek diverse forms of 659
Furco, A. 107
G
Gabriel, D. 576
Gamaliel-González, José 131–132
Gambo, Maria 131
Gamson, William 57, 62, 70
Ganz, Marshall 56, 65, 71
Garcia, B. 501, 508
Garrison, D. R. 582
generalists
reinforcing 557
Genetti, Carol 649–650
genius-to-sweat-equity ratio 645, 647–651, 648t
Geonarrative Project 328–329
Giles, D. E. 420
Gillespie-Lynch, K. 445
Gillian, Carol 250
Gioa, Dana 322
Giroux, Henry 4, 684–685
Glaser, B. 218
Glaser, B. G. 259
Glass, K. C. 109, 110
Glen, Evelyn Nakano 5
globality 27
globalization 25–27
cross-culturalism and audience interpretations 527–528
definition 25
domains and issues 25–26
hybridity and 26–27
Global Risks Report 215
Gluckman, M. 89
Goble, E. 21
Goffman, E. 491–494, 504
Presentation of the Self, The 492
Goh, Colin 362
Goldbard, Arlene
Creative Community: The Art of Cultural Development 122
New Creative Community 122
Golden-Biddle, K. 539
Goodall, H. L. 537–538, 591
Gooddall, Buddy, The Daily Narrative 280
good sense 683
Goodson, A. 61
“Building Bridges, Building Leaders” 58
go public or perish 241, 702
Gordon, J. 423
Gore, A. 548
Gorsevski, Ellen 646, 651–654
Goss, M. 107
(p. 722) Gräbner, C. 321
Liminalities 308
graffiti art 393
graffiti knitting 393–394
Gramlin, R. 222
organic intellectual 682–684
Gramsci, Antonio 51, 673, 682–683, 694–695
grant writing, as creative process 643–667
administration tasks on 645
antidiscrimination research 655–660 (see also antidiscrimination research, grant writing)
audience, rhetorical invention 649
conflict management 644, 661
creativity, central role 664–666
faith and conviction 653
genius-to-sweat-equity ratio 645, 647–651
humanities major in business/business writer in academia 651–654
ideas, great project 644, 660–661
I HEART techno-savvy, community-based research for caring health communication 660–663
innovative and creative ideas 644–645
inspiration-to-perspiration ratio 645
inter- and multi-disciplinarity 649–650
Intergroup Communication Intervention 662–663, 666n1
for research at publicly funded universities 643–644
resources 647–649, 648t
rhetorical invention, creative writing for 654
Gray, J. 338
Great Communities 244
Great Society, Dewey’s 244
Greene, J. C. 25
Greetz, C. 542
Gregerson, Linda 323
Gregg, Melissa 637
Gregory, J. 522
Griffin, F. J. 561
grounded theory 253–254
group exclusion 582
Gruber, Thorsten 623
Grundy, Saida 704–705
Guba, E. 228
guerrilla communication 386
Guerrilla Girls 391–392, 395, 401, 408
guerrilla marketing 386
guerrilla poetry 322
Gullion, J. S. 536, 546
Fracking the Neighborhood 537–538, 541, 545–546
gut check 140
H
Habermas, Jürgen 243
Habib, Dan 378
Habits of the Heart: Individualism and Commitment in American Life (Bellah et al.) 245b246b
Hailer, Brittany 319
Hall, Justin 574–575
Hammick, J. K. 445
Hanasono, Lisa 646, 655–660
Handbook of Emergent Methods (Hesse-Biber & Leavy) 290
Hardey, M. 443, 446
Harding, Vincent 64
harms, social 88–90
Harris, A. 706
Harrison Bahr, A. 562
Harry, B. 524
Hart, J. 534, 536, 538, 540–542, 543
Hart, T. B. 423
Harteau, Janeé 310
Hass, Eugene 213
Haug, F. 365
Hayden, Dolores 133
hazards tradition, disaster research 214–215
health. See public health
healthcare access, undocumented women and, informed consent 110–111
health communication, caring, community-based research for 660–663
health theatre 335–355
comparison, three projects 351–355, 352t
history 335
for public engagement in health policy and development 346–351, 347f
for sharing research findings, Centring the Human Subject in Health Research: Understanding the Meaning and (p. 723) Experience of Research Participation 336–341, 352t
trauma recovery, playbuilding and therapeutic enactment 341–346, 342f
HEArt Online 315
hegemony
definition 683
as educational relationship 51
global capitalism 690
Gramsci’s theory 51, 683
ideological, constructing 691
individualism and liberalism 97
left-liberal academy 684
proletarian 695
revolutionary intellectual on 694–695
Helmreich, William, The New York Nobody Knows 606–609
Henderson, S. 514, 522
Herath, D. 25
Hermkens, K. 526
Herring, S. C. 585
Hesse-Biber, S. N., Handbook of Emergent Methods 290
Hessler, R. M. 502
Hew, K. F. 575
Hewson, C. 489
Hewson, J. 109
Hickey, M. 106, 114, 116
higher education
attacks on higher education, tenure and academic freedom 39–40
public scholarship, public intellectuals, and 37–51 (see also public scholarship, public intellectuals, and higher education)
High-Risk Habitation Zones 231–232
Hill Collins, Patricia 5, 495–496, 705
On Intellectual Activism 489–490
Hinduja, S. 655
Hine, C. 497–498, 505, 508
Historical Voices.org 300
Histories of Community-Based Art Education (Congdon et al.) 121
Hodges, N. L. 272
Hogue, Rebecca J. 591
Hole, R. 513
Holland, J. 514
home, as permanently deferred 184–185, 190–192
Homo economicus 244
Homo politicus 244
Hong Kong, ethnic minority youth, cellphilms 431–434, 432f
hooks, bell 558
Hookway, N. 497
H-Oralhist 300
Howard, D. 689
Howe, Irving 38
Hu, Y. 472
Hudis, Peter 698
Huenún, Andrés 321
Huerta, Dolores 97
Hull House 127–128
human institution, design principles 62
humanities major in business/business writer in academia 651–654
Hunt, Swanee 58, 60–61, 68
Husserl, E., Crisis of the European Sciences, The 248–249
hybridity
globalizing world 26–27
transdisciplinarity for 27
hybrid metrics, in arts space 150–156
Hyde, Lewis 129
hyper-complex world 20
I
ideas
dissemination 513–514
grant writing, great projects 644, 660–661
grant writing, innovative and creative 644–645
identity politics, free-market intellectuals and 690–696
I HEART tehcni-savvy, community-based research for caring health communication 660–663
illiteracy
informed consent form2 91–94
prevalence 91–92
imagined audience 526
imagined community 26, 264n1
Imagining America 308. See also literature and creative writing
(p. 724) immigration raids, professional boundaries and 112–113
impartiality, professional boundaries and 111–112
Improv Everywhere 392
I’m Still Here (Mitchell et al.) 337
Including Samuel 378
Indigenization, defined 434–435
indigenous knowledge, in local communities 105
individual, respect for 82, 90–94, 108
individualism 97, 395–396
individual rights vs. community rights 108
tobacco use reduction in poor minority communities 113
induction 253–254
analysis 259–260
reporting 262
inductive approach, to disasters 218–219
information sharing, respect for individual and 91
informed consent
case study: healthcare access, undocumented women 110–111
email method 503–505
forms 92–94
forms, illiteracy and 91–92, 94
for individuals vs. community 110
public ethnographer 284n2
Infrastructure for Humanity 232
inspiration-to-perspiration ratio 645, 647–651
Instagram 519–520. See also #spacesforknowledge production
audience and voice 473
cellphilms 422
as community of practice, sourdough bread 474–477, 476f
as conservative community 473
engaging community of practice on, as social context for learning 474–475
learning from 473–474
lessons from 469–470
making images public 478–485, 479f480f, 482f484f
as participatory sensing system 469–470
as site of audiencing 473
Institutional Review Board (IRB)
exclusive review, challenging 114–116
guidelines 81–82, 104
online public scholarship 503–504
integrated and holistic approach 18
intellectuals
anti-public 38
public, higher education, public scholarship, and 37–51 (see also public scholarship, public intellectuals, and higher education)
interaction, defined 492
interactive media 28
interactivity 582
interdisciplinarity 19f, 21, 22f
intergenerational dialogue, Zapotec elders and youth 426–428
Intergroup Communication Intervention 662–663, 666n1
internet
email, creation 489
origins 489
interpretations, cross-culturalism and globalization 527–528
interpretive phenomenological analysis 449, 449t
intersubjective knowledge production 513
interview(ing) 629–632
broadcast, live 631–632
broadcast, prerecorded 630–631
as creative habit 293–295
definition 241–242
disaster research 225
publications, print and online 630
interview(ing), qualitative research 241–265
analysis phase 258–261
definition 241–242
descriptions 248
history 242–247
interviewing phase 257–258
life world 248–249
meaning, interpreting 249–250
preparation phase 251–257
purpose 248
qualitative interview studies, for public 245b247b
reporting phase 261–263
(p. 725) Ison, N. 500, 502, 507
Israel, B. 105–106
italicization, non-English words 205n4
itinerant scholar-activist, becoming 65–66
J
Jackson, Shannon 128
Jacob, Mary Jane, Chicago Social Practice History Series 126
Jacoby, Russell 38
Last Intellectuals, The 678–682
Jagganath, Devan 150, 154, 155, 165, 167
James, L. 115
James, N. 444, 446, 447, 448
Janesick, V. J. 289, 290, 292, 293
Janis, I. L. 211
Jantsch, Erich 22
jargon 604
Jeanne-Claude 400
Jenkins, H. 379
Jones, A. 389, 499, 501
Jones, Kip 704
Jones, M. S. 561
Jones, R. 129
Joos, K. E. 507
journal articles
audience, low 3–4
peer-reviewed, university 4
quantity 521
journals
academic, for public literature and creative writing 315–316
literary, for public literature and creative writing 314–315
LiveJournal.com 575
justice 82, 83–86, 108
social (see social justice)
Justice, Equity, and Capacity Development 231
K
Kalleberg, R. 578
Kaloupek, D. G. 222
Kamuya, D. 115
Kärreman, D. 262
Kates, R. W. 214
Katz, Joy 329–330
Kaufert, J. 109, 110
Keating, AnaLouise 179–180
Kelley, S. P. 221
Kelly, Robin D. G. 48
Kendra, J. M. 229
Kerr, David 159
Khodyakov, D. 103, 109, 115
kicker 541
Kickstarter 377
Kietzmann, J. H. 526
Killian, Lewis 222, 224
King, Stephen 547–548
Kitchen Table Press 560
Kizer, S. 497
Klingner, J. 524
knitting, graffiti 393–394
knowledge
intersubjective production 513
transfer 231
transfer, disaster research practice to emergency management 228–230
Kochan, F. K. 555
Kole, A. 107–108
Kony 2012 379
Kopp, M. S. 18
Koster, R. 112
Kozinets, R. V. 443
Kristof, Nicholas 4
Kroot, Cindy 329–330
Krull, Wilhelm 653
Kuhn, Thomas 105
Kundiman 320–321
Kunreuther, H. 215
Kuryel, A. 390
Kvale, S. 82, 256
Kyvik, S. 578
L
ladder of abstraction 536–537
Lafrenière, D. 336, 339
Lalonde, M. 482
Land of Open Graves, The: Living and Dying on the Migrant Trail (De León) 609–611
language
in cross-cultural collaborative arts 165–166
on cultural and ethnic influences on public health 149
forms 514
(p. 726) La Pocha Nostre 127
Larkin, M. 458
Laska, S. 222
Last Intellectuals, The (Jacoby) 678–682
Lather, P. 514
Troubling the Angels – Women Living with HIV/AIDS 262
Latour, B. 481
Latour, Bruno 264n1
Lauren, D. 489
Lave, Jean 485
Lawson, James 64
Lawson, Phil 64
Lea, Graham 344–345
leaders, bridge/bridging 60–61
Leahey, E. 553, 556, 557–558
Leavy, P. 56, 103, 241, 410, 495, 496, 591–592, 702, 703, 706
Handbook of Emergent Methods 290
LeCompte, M. D. 545
Lee, M. J. 445
Lehmiller, Justin, Sex & Psychology 573, 577, 581–582, 595
Leiderman, S. 107
#LemonadeSyllabus 560
Lenzo, Medson Leonard 155
Levy, S. 59
Lewin, Kurty 105
LGBQ personal/cultural experiences 273–275
liberalism 97
liberatory activism 558
Lieberman, A. E. 422–423
Life After Leaving: The Remains of Spousal Abuse (Tamas) 536
life world, qualitative research interview 248–249
Lightman, A. 625–626
Liminalities (Chamberlain & Gräbner) 308
liminality 179, 185, 191, 194, 195, 197, 199
Lin, Wenli 425
Lincoln, Y. 59, 228
Linnemann, T. 423
Lippman, Walter 243
listening, inductive approach 218
listening guide 250
literacy
informed consent forms 91–93
prevalence 91–92
literature and creative writing 307–330
academic journals 315–316
conferences 310–312
creative nonfiction/fiction/hybrid form examples 327–330
digital projects 312–313
Geonarrative Project 328–329
literary journals 314–315
literature as public scholarship 308
literature examples 321–327
Little Free Libraries 310, 333
Mapping Salt Lake City 327
NEA Big Read 309–310
ONE LARGE 329–330
organizations and writing projects 316–321
Pittsburgh Poetry Houses 324–325
The Place Where You Live 327–328
Poet Laureate program 321–323
poetry 321
poetry and writing collectives 319–321
poetry in national parks/sidewalks 323–324
Poetry on MetroCards 309
power 307
prison projects 318–319
public chapbook and poem projects 325–327
Public Poetry Project 323
as public scholarship 308
social justice 313–314
spaces for 308–316
veterans 317–318
Little Free Libraries 310, 333
live broadcast interviews 631–632
lived experiences, phenomenology 446
LiveJournal.com 575
living out loud 147
lobbyists, audience and voice for 514, 515t, 518–519
Locke, K. 539
Logie, C. 115
Lois, J. 226
Loldiers of Odin 393
long tail 376, 377
Lorde, Audre 560
Loud Ink (Madalo) 167
(p. 727) Loureiro, A. A. F. 469–470
Loutfy, M. 115
Luckmann, T. 491–492
Ludlow, B. L. 647
Lukes, Steven 67, 68
Lunsford, A. 555, 568
Lupton, D. 636
Luzón, M. J. 574, 582, 593–594
M
Maccoby, E. E. 241
Maccoby, N. 241
MacEntee, K. 428–430, 436, 437n6
Mack, R. W. 212
Madalo, Loud Ink 167–168
Madden, R. 542–543
Made in Madagascar: Sapphires, Ecotourism, and the Global Bazaar (Walsh) 614–617
Madsen, R., Habits of the Heart: Individualism and Commitment in American Life 245b246b
Magsamen-Conrad, Kate 646, 660–663
Mainster, J. 221
Makary, M. A. 521
Make Art Stop AIDS 150, 166
Malone, R. E. 113–114
Man/Art/Action project 341, 355n3
Mandrona, A. 422, 423, 435, 437n6
Mansfield, H. 71
Mapping Mainstreet 379
Mapping Salt Lake City 327
Mapplethorpe, Robert 473
Marcuse, Herbert 39
marginalized. See also specific groups and issues
critical area studies 23
Marsh, B. 319
Marsh, V. 115
Marshall, C. 251
Marshall, P. David 625
Martin, D. K. 346
Martin, Glenn 318
materiality, of art 389
Matthew Effect 666n2
Maximizing Impact 231
McCarthy, I. P. 526
McElroy, Leslie Ann 315
McGrellis, S. 514
McGruder, C. 113–114
McKee, H. A. 504
McKee, R. 370
McKenna, L. 592
McMichael, A. J. 29–30
McNally, David 693
meaning, interpreting, qualitative research interview 249–250
mechanism 396–397
media. See also specific types
ad hoc commentary 634–635
cellphilms 419–437 (see also cellphilms)
digital 419
interactive 28
oral history, new 290
participatory 28
public ethnography 285n8
social (see social media)
spreadable 379
media engagement 623–637. See also publicity generation and media engagement
ad hoc media commentary 634–635
“cold-call” media releases 634–635
generating, approaches 632–636
planning for 626–628
public intellectual and 624–626
publicity campaign, planned 633–634
regular program guest 635–636
media release 628–629
“cold-call” 634–635
Media Research and Action Project (MRAP) 57–58
Meho, L. I. 498, 499, 505–506
Meiners, E. R. 522
Mendieta, Ana, Silueta Series 400
Mengler, S. 20
Merholz, Peter 575
Merleau-Ponty, Maurice 249
Mertens, Donna 24
mestiza 168
metaphors 545, 579–585
(p. 728) methods, public scholarship. See also specific types
art-based research 6
community-based participation 6
creating new 200–202
definition 6–7
format 6
innovation 7
mixed 6
qualitative 6
quantitative 6
useful, making research 6
metrics
hybrid, arts space 150–156
public health success 148
short- and long-term 166–167
MetroCards, poetry on 309
Meyer, E. T. 472
Meyer, P. 89
microblogging 519, 521. See also Twitter
audience engagement 526
Mienczakowski, J. 335
Mikesell, L. 103, 109, 115
Milan, Stefanita 58–59
Milan’s questions framework revisited 66–71
question of relevance 58, 66–67
question of risk 70–71
questions of power and accountability 67–69
“self,” developing 70
what’s left out? 71
Mileti, Dennis 214
Military Experience and the Arts (MEA) 317
Miller, Donna 650–651
Mills, C. Wright 68, 105, 547
crises and/or antagonisms in institutional arrangements 79
individual’s history and circumstances 80
Sociological Imagination, The 58
Minio-Paluello, Mika 393
Minority SURGE Capacity in Disasters 231
Mitchell, C. 422, 424, 428–430
Mitchell, G. J., I’m Still Here 337
Mitchell, Katharyne 704, 705
Mitchell-Whittington, Amy 634
Mittlestrass, J. 23
mixed-methods research (MMR) 25
modern art vs. contemporary art 387
modernist bias, revealing through art practice 395–401
androcentrism 400–401
anthropocentrism 399–400, 400f
consumerism 398–399, 399f
creative forms of expression 395
ethnocentrism 401
individualism 395–396
mechanism 396–397
political content 395
progress 397
rationalism 397–398, 398f
Mohanty, C. T. 176, 180, 183, 194
Moletsane, R. 422, 424, 430
Molyneux, S. 115
Monks, H. 448
mono-disciplines 19f, 20–21
Monopeli (Foster) 396, 398–399, 399f
Monzó, L. D. 681, 686
Moore, Alan W. 395
Moore, T. 335
Moore, Thomas 138
Moraga, Cherrie, This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color 560
moral obligation 58–59
more desirable other 184, 188
Morley, D. 527
Morris, Aldon 72–73
Morrow, B. H. 221
Morrow, Daniel H. 315
Morse, C. E. 315–316
Mosher, H. 285n12
Moth, The 378
Msuma, Subira 155
Muhammad, M. 116
Mullen, C. A. 555
multiadic analysis, blogs 587–588
multiculturalism, commodification of 185, 193–194
multidisciplinarity 19f, 21, 21f
Murray, S. 473, 474
N
Nadison, Maya 163–165, 164f, 167
Nakano-Glenn, Evelyn 17
Nakayama, T. K. 315–316
Narrating Forgiveness (Adams) 282
Narrating the Closet (Adams) 282
narrative
in academic writing, lack of 605
community art practice 133–137
structure and plot 370–371, 371f372f
narrative film, as public scholarship 359–380
collective storytelling and critical pedagogy 365–371
creative forms, reason for working in 360–362
distribution 376–377
funding 362–363
impulse, as inspiration 359–360
Including Samuel 378
Kony 2012 379
for post-truth and alternative facts 361
publics (audiences) 376
Singapore Dreaming 362–375, 364f, 367f369f, 371f, 372f, 374f375f
translating research findings into 363–365, 364f
transmedia storytelling 378–379
narrowcasting 435
National Academy of Sciences (NAS) Disaster Research Group 212–213
National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research 108
National Incident Management System (NIMS) 229
nationalism, ultra- 47
National Opinion Research Center (NORC), disaster studies 212–213
national parks, poetry in 323–324
National Research Act 108
Natural Hazards Center 214
NEA Big Read 309–310
Neal, D. M. 228
Neary, M. 694
Nebe, Warren, Drama for Life 151
neoliberalism 37, 39–40, 48–49
NER (no-editing-required) 424, 435
networked publics 483
New Creative Community (Goldbard) 122
Newell, W. H. 20–21
new generalists 556–557
Newman, E. 222
news media, cellphilms 423
New York Nobody Knows, The (Helmreich) 606–609
Nickels, A. 500, 507
Nicolescu, B. 27
Nisker, J. 346
nonfiction, creative 533–549
action, rising 540
capturing on paper 534
characters 543–545
cliffhanger 540–541
climax and resolution 541
conversations 543
details, writing 541–542
emotional response and vulnerable observer 535–536
emotional vulnerability 536
evocative 537–538
examples 327–330
exposition 541
first pieces, publishing 548
formula,The Wizard of Oz 534–535
kicker 541
ladder of abstraction 536–537
Life After Leaving: The Remains of Spousal Abuse (Tamas) 536
metaphors 545
pacing 541
reader interaction 535
response and vulnerable observer 535–536
storyline 538–540
thick description 542–543
vignettes 545–546
word choice 546–548
writing creatively vs. academically 533–534
Nuremberg Code 108
Nuyorican Poets Cafe 319–320
Nwanevu, Osita 687
O
objectivity
detached 111
education 44
positivist conception, challenges 24
professional boundaries and 111–113
(p. 730) O’Brien, H. L. 525–526
observation
covert, public contexts 284n2
disaster research 225–226
Occupy Central Movement 438n8
Odom, Janice 385
ONE LARGE 329–330
On Intellectual Activism (Hill Collins) 489–490
online
publications, interviews for 630
research, goes public 496–497
tools, publicity generation 636–637
online, asynchronous data collection in qualitative research 443–464. See also data collection in qualitative research, online, asynchronous
online, public scholarship 489–508
email, creation 489
email as method 497–507 (see also email, as method)
future research 508
impression management, online communication 491–494
intimacy, with email and technology 490–491
online research goes public 496–497
public scholarship, as truth to the people 495–496
public scholarship, defined 494–495
scholars and public scholarship 489–490
@ symbol, creation 489
ontoepistemic fluency 193
Open Book project, NEH 312–313
open communication 91
oral history 289–301
characteristic 296
as choreography, creativity, and transdisciplinary 292–293
digital storytelling and oral history sites 300–301
future directions 299–300
interviewing, as creative habit 293–295
need to know our own histories 291
new media 290
online resources, using 297–299
performance-based exercises 296–297
power and beauty 289–290
public records, using 291–292
Oral History Association 300
Orchids 346–351, 352t, 355n4
organic intellectual 682–684
Orion, The Place Where You Live 327–328
Orne, J. 271
Orr, D. 321
Orr, Graeme 625, 627
OSS (one-shot-shoot) 424
Other 361
Ozu, Yasujiro, Tokyo Story 366
P
pacing 541
Paechter, C. 503, 507
Pardes (Pardesh) 182
par/des(i) approach, to de/colonizing methodologies 175–205
Anzaldúa, Gloria E. 178–179, 180
conversation, continuing 203
de/colonization, conceptualizing 176–177
de/colonizing methodological turns and ethics 196–202 (see also de/colonizing methodological turns and ethics)
Keating, AnaLouise 179–180
Pardes (Pardesh) 182
par/des(i), de/colonizing ontoepistemic framework 181–183
par/des(i), ontoepistemological orientations 183–185
Pardesi 182–183
par/des(i) ontoepistemologies, as de/colonizing framework 202–203
Smith, Linda, Tuhiwar, Decolonizing Methodologies 175, 177–178
tenet 1: re-membering desh 184, 185–188, 187f
tenet 2: par/des(i): the more desirable other? 184, 188
tenet 3: home is permanently deferred 184–185, 190–192
tenet 4: beloved and problematic communities 185, 192–193
tenet 5: commodification of multiculturalism and diversity 185, 193–194
(p. 731) tenet 6: communal healing is our priority 185, 194–196
Pardesi 182–183
Pariser, D. 482
Park, C. 21
Parker, E. 105–106
Parker, Ian 252
Parks, Diana 320–321
Parra-Cardona, J. 112
participant(s). See also specific topics
as primary audience 198–200
researcher as 168–169
words, honoring 455, 455t
participatory action research (PAR) 24
participatory media 28
participatory visual methodologies 420–421
participatory visual research, cellphilms 424
partnership synergy 104
Patchin, J. W. 655
Paying the Price: The Status and Role of Insurance Against Natural Disasters in the United States (Kunreuther & Roth) 215
pay it forward 660
pedagogy
critical 42–45
critical, collective storytelling and 365–371 (see also collective storytelling and critical pedagogy)
democratic culture, alternative models 50
ethics 44
neutral, objective education 44
in politics 43, 46
reach 40–41
reclaiming 40
of subaltern 682–684
transformative 43–44
Pedagogy of the Oppressed (Freire) 105, 149, 365
Peek, L. 230–231
Peirce, Charles S. 254–255
people of color, critical area studies 23
perceptions, connotations on 524, 525
performance, public. See also specific types
definition 492
as the Front 493
Goffman on 491–494
performance art 388–389
performance-based oral history 296–297
performative demonstrations 386
Perrig-Chiello, P. 27
Perry, E. 107
Perry, R., What is a Disaster? 210
personal blogs 575–577
person-perspective research 584
Petak, William 215
Petee, T. 221
p-hacking 524, 525
phenomenology
definition 446
interviewing, implementation issues 446–447
phenomenon-based learning 18
philanthropic foundations 61
Phillips, B. D. 227
philosopher of praxis, revolutionary intellectual as 696–699
photography
art 473
making images public 478–485, 479f480f, 482f484f
serious leisure as site of production 472
site of image 472–473
social media site 470–474, 471f
photojournalism 394
photosharing 519–520
photovoice 28, 298–299
Calgary 109
Piaget, Jean 22
Pickering, K. 106, 114, 116
Pike, L. 227
Piko, B. F. 18
Pink, S. 494
Pinsky, Robert 322
Pinterest 519–520
Pittsburgh, Words Without Walls 318, 333–334
Pittsburgh Poetry Houses 324–325
Piven, Frances Fox 16n1
place, sense of, Chicago Public Art Group 133
playbuilding, for trauma recovery 341–346, 342f
PlayPumps 66
plot line 538–539
poem projects 325–327
poetic terrorism 390, 393
(p. 732) Poet Laureate program 321–323
poetry 321
collectives 319–321
national parks 323–324
sidewalks 323–324
Poetry on MetroCards 309
Poets Respond 314–315
Pole, A. 592
policymakers, audience and voice for 514, 515t, 518–519
polis 242
politics
pedagogy in 43, 46
role of 16n1
POPaganda 391
Popper, Karl 254
Porter, J. E. 504
positive affectivity 582
Posthill, J. 421
posts, blog 573–574
poverty, public health and 169
Powell, Lewis F., Jr. 38–39
power
Milan’s question 67–69
renegotiated, for community-based research and organizations 116–117
theoretical perspectives sensitive to 24
practicality of the impossible 138
pragmatic maxim 254
pragmatism 25
praxis
definition 57–58
philosopher, revolutionary intellectual as 696–699
public intellectual and 684–686
preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) 346, 348
prejudice, funding for issues in 656
preparation, qualitative research interview 250–257
abduction 254–255
deduction 254
induction 253–254
interviews to conduct, number 256–257
relevance 252–253
what to study 252
who to interview 255–256
prerecorded broadcast interviews 630–631
Presentation of the Self, The (Goffman) 492
presumptive agency 198
Price, D. 314
Prime Movers program
bridge/bridging leaders 60–61
creating communities 72
extending relationships beyond 64–65
fellowship 59–61
founding, funding, and initial leadership 58
mastery and leadership 71
Milan’s questions framework revisited 66–71 (see also Milan’s questions framework revisited)
program evolution 62–64, 63f
tips and considerations 72–73
Prince, Samuel Henry 211
print capitalism 264n1
print media. See also specific types
interviews for 630
writing for 285n7
prison projects, literature and creative writing 318–319
Pritchett, James, Freeman Etudes 138
privacy, protection individual 87–88
problems, public and 29–31
complex and diffuse phenomena 29–30
ethical imperative 30
process-oriented theoretical perspectives 24
productive spaces 26
professional boundaries
immigration raids, case study 112–113
objectivity, impartiality and 111–113
professional standards 20
progress 397
PTO (Pedagogy & Theatre of the Oppressed) Journal 316
public 30–31
Public and Its Problems, The (Dewey) 242, 243–244
publications, academic. See also specific types
Art-Eco Project 404, 404f
Art-Eco Project, traditional and social media 405, 406f
quantity 521
(p. 733) public audience
voice and 519–520
public chapbook 325–327
public ethnography 269–285
contemporary forms 270
doing 269–279
doing, Robin (black, femm, female) case study 275–279
doing, Tony (LGBQ) case study 271–275
evaluation 283
fieldwork, forms and media 285n8
fieldwork, personal experience 270–271
interrelations 283–284
LGBQ personal/cultural experiences 273–275
location, field and fieldwork 284n3
natural settings 270
representing 279–283
representing, Robin (black, femm, female) case study 281–282
representing, Tony (LGBQ) case study 282–283
research instrument, primary 270–271
social importance communities/topics of 270
as theory and practice 284
public good, university as 49–50
public health
cross-cultural collaborative arts 147–173 (See also cross-cultural collaborative arts, for public health)
democratization 147
language 149
metrics, success 148
poverty 169
public intellectuals
definition, historical 678–682
dissident 676
free-market, identity politics and 690–696
higher education, public scholarship, and 37–51 (see also public scholarship, public intellectuals, and higher education)
media engagement 624–626
new paradigm 669–670
praxis 684–686
rationale 674–678
Trump era 672–673
publicity campaign, planned 633–634
publicity generation and media engagement 623–637
generating media coverage, approaches 632–636
interviews and working with different media 629–632
media engagement, planning for 626–628
media engagement, public intellectual and 624–626
media release 628–629
publicity, defined 623
social media and online tools 636–637
Public Poetry Project 323
Public Pool 314
public records use, for oral histories 291–292
publics
narrative film 376
reaching out to 65
public scholarship. See also literature and creative writing; specific topics
attention, recent 3
Buroway’s address on 5
code of ethics 81
debates 3
definitions 4–5, 308, 420, 494–495
digital turn 5
goal 79
literature as 308
methods 6–7 (See also methods, public scholarship; specific topics)
structural forces 79
as truth to the people 495–496
public scholarship, future 701–707
concluding thoughts 706–707
personal and 705–706
research shapes and 702–705
public scholarship, public intellectuals, and higher education 37–51. See also Trump, Donald
anti-public intellectuals 38
authoritarianism 46, 48–50
(p. 734) consciousness and agency, crisis 48
critical literacies and civic capacities 41
critical thinking 45–46
criticism and possibility, discourse of 49–50
democratic institutions, downsizing 41
democratic vision, lost 37–38
economic imperative on 37–38
ethics 44
faculty, as labor 38
faculty, market-driven evaluation 38
hegemony as educational relationship 51
language, new 41–42
neoliberalism 37, 39–40, 48–49
neutral, objective education 44
pedagogy, critical 42–45
pedagogy, politics 43, 46
pedagogy, reach 40–41
pedagogy, reclaiming 40
pedagogy, transformative 43–44
Powell’s attack 38–39
Trump, antidemocratic policies 47–78
Trump, as attack on democracy 47
Trump, economic and political crisis 47
Trump, on education 45–46
Trump election, attacks on higher education, tenure and academic freedom 39–40
university as public good 49
public sociology 5
community contributions 56
publish or perish 241, 548, 552, 702
Pulse/Pulso 315
#PULSESyllabus 560
puppets, Maya Nadison 163–165, 164f
Q
QED: A Journal in GLBTQ Worldmaking 315–316
qualitative research. See also specific types
data collection, asynchronous 443
data collection, online, asynchronous 443–464 (see also data collection in qualitative research, online, asynchronous)
data collection, synchronous 443
definition 56
Quarantelli, E. L. 210, 213, 227
What is a Disaster? 210
queer theories 23–24
R
racism, Trump and capitalism 671–672
Radiolab 378
Raining Poetry initiative 324
Ramírez, L., Chicanas of 18th Street: Narratives of a Movement from Latino Chicago 131
rapport building, email 501–503
Rattle, Poets Respond 314–315
Ray, Man 388
reaching out, to “publics” 65
reactions, audience 523–525
reader interaction 535
Realistically Ever After: Notes from the Real Life of a Long-Term Cancer Survivor (Ellingson) 573, 576, 581, 595
Rebecca J. Hogue 591
reciprocity, defined 473
Reeves, P. 227
reflexivity 513, 526–527
audience 529
audience engagement 526
audience reactions 524
cross-culturalism and globalization 527
definition 513
extended, deeper, and more meaningful 529
with participants, interview or observation 517
Reikowsky, R. C. 556, 557–558
relevance, Milan’s question of 58, 66–67
Renzetti, E. 423
reporting
abduction 262–263
deduction 262
induction 262
qualitative research interview 261–263
writing 261–262
research, academic
audience, low 3–4
corporate interests and measurability 37
definition 85
Kristof’s indictment 4
writing in, learning from 66
research-based theatre 335
(p. 735) researcher
as observer outsider/insider 148
as participant 168–169
research grants 96
research methods. See also specific topics
future 701–707
future, shapes and public scholarship 702–705
respect for individual 82, 90–94, 108
demonstrating 94
response, reader, vulnerable observer and 535–536
Rettberg, J. W. 586
Reverend Billy 392
review boards, community 118
revolutionary intellectual, creating counterpublic sphere 669–699. See also public intellectual
vs. free market intellectual 674–676
free-market intellectuals and identity politics 690–696
pedagogy of subaltern 682–684
as philosopher of praxis 696–699
public intellectual, historical definition 678–682
public intellectual, praxis and 684–686
public intellectual, rationale for 674–678
role, rehabilitating 670
war and economic restructuring 686–690
rhetoric, and creativity in scholarship 652
rhetorical invention
audience and 649
creative writing for 654
Richardson, L. 65–66, 71, 590
RIGHT NOW 314
rights
civil rights movement 670–671
community 108
individual vs. community 113
individual vs. community, tobacco use reduction in poor minority communities 113
rights protection
for communities 108–109
for human subjects 108
Rikka (Foster) 396, 398, 398f, 399, 400, 400f, 410
Rikowski, G. 694
Rios, J. 89
risk, Milan on 59, 70–71
Risk Build-up and Disaster Exposure 231
risk tradition, disaster research 215
Roberts, Frank Leon 313–314
Roberts, L. D. 447–448, 450
Robertson, R. 27
Robinson, Ken 528
Robinson, William 688–692
Rodesiler, L. 446
Rodriguez, M. 112
Rooke, B. 503
Rose, G. 435, 472
Ross, W. D. 231
Rossman, G. B. 251
Roth, R. 215
Roulston, K. 255, 261
Rourke, L. 582
Rubin, H. J. 257
Rubin, I. S. 257
Rugg, Rebecca Ann 151–153, 167
Rules for Radicals (Alinsky) 128
Russell, A. W. 31
Russo, Rob 526
Ryan, Charlotte 57, 61, 62
Ryan, Kay 322
Ryan, M. D. 629
S
Sacks, A. 551
Saldaña, J. 547, 703
Salmons, J. 450, 452, 453, 502
Salvatierra, Alexia 64
Sanderson, Brandon, The Way of Kings 296
San Juan, E. 697
Savage, B. 561
Sawchuk, K. 470–471
Scanning the Horizon 230
Scarce, Rick 87
Schensul, J. J. 545
Schleser, M. R. 422
Schmidt, Geoff 328
Scholarly Open Access: Critical Analysis of Scholarly Open-Access Publishing (Beall) 573, 578, 582, 595
(p. 736) scholars
acceptable identities 489–490
activist, social justice 61, 67–68
itinerant scholar-activist, becoming 65–66
STRIVE: Scholars/Technology/Resources Investing Value in Elders 662–663
Scholars from Under-Represented Groups in Engineering (SURGE) 231
Schrek, Greg 161
Schulz, A. 105–106
Schwab-Cartas, Joshua 426–428
Scott, J. 624–625
Seazio, Michael 386
Section on Emergency and Crisis Management 215–216
Seifried, C. 650
selection 255
self
narrations revealing 513
reflexive 523
Self 361
“self,” developing 70
sensitizing concepts 260–261
serious leisure 472
definition 472
as site of production 472
sex, South African rural schools, cellphilm 428–430
sexism 285n5
Sex & Psychology (Lehmiller) 573, 577, 581–582, 595
shape
definition 702
research 702–705
Share the Safety 392
Sharma, Rekha 181–183
Sharpe, S. 514
Shaw-Ridley, M. 110, 111
Sheir, M. 109
Shinn, T. 594
Shore, N. 116
Shotland, S. 318
Shotter, John 245
sidewalks, poetry on 323–324
signposting 604–605
Silueta Series (Mendieta) 400
Silva, T. H. 469–470
Silverman, D. 261–262
Silvestre, B. S. 526
Sim, J. W. S. 575
Simon, H. A. 521
Simon, Herbert 23
Singapore Dreaming (Woo) 362–375, 364f, 367f369f, 371f, 372f, 374f375f . See also narrative film, as public scholarship
characters, crafting 365–366
funding 362–363
narrative structure and plot 370–371, 371f372f
setting, using the familiar 366–369, 367f369f
translating researching findings into film and video 363–364, 364f
site of image 472–473
site of production
definition 472
serious leisure as 472
situated learning 485
Situationists International 390
Siwela Sonke dancers 151
Skype 290
slacktivism 379
Slovic, Paul 215
Smith, B. 501
Smith, Barbara 559
Smith, Beverly 559
Smith, J. A. 458
Smith, Linda Tuhiwai 200
Decolonizing Methodologies 175, 177–178
Smithies, C., Troubling the Angels – Women Living with HIV/AIDS 262
Snapchat 270, 422, 485, 519–520
Snyder, William 62
social change 109
social groups, online
preexisting 450–451
recruiting from 451
social harms 88–90
social justice 109. See also Friere, Paulo; specific topics
academic blogs, engagement 583–584
activist scholars 61, 67–68
Anzaldúa and Keating 180
art and activism 390–394
(p. 737) Belmont Report 116
collaborative writing 559
community-based research 105, 106, 109 (see also community-based research (CBR))
critical area studies 23–25
Desi folks 193
internet as space for 497
literature and creative writing 313–314
movements, 1960s and 1970s 23–24
movements, critical area studies 23
neoliberalism as enemy of 7–8
pedagogy for 43
policymakers and lobbyists 518
public audience 520
revolutionary intellectuals 680, 689, 691
scholarship 583–584
Third World Other