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Songs in the Key of Collaboration

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Using collaborative song creation [1] in fieldwork I investigate experiences of living with the repercussions of climate change with a focus on social and environmental precariousness, e.g. as seen through the lens of 'Day Zero' and the water crisis in Cape Town - a setting historically ingrained with high social, racial and economic inequality [2]. This creative research practice draws on collaborative witnessing [3] and investigates people's perceptions of their ability to meet their needs in the present, how they may be able to meet to them in the future, and whether future generations are perceived to be able to meet their needs [4]. It encompasses a broader understanding of sustainability than is characteristic of 'sustainable development,' at the outset imagining the possibility of sustainable futures without ever-increasing economic growth [5]. Citing field notes and reflections from case studies I will present emerging knowledges from my doctoral research concluding with the voice-guitar performance of a song co-written with one interlocutor. ---References(Carless & Douglas, 2009)(Robins, 2019)(Ellis, 2017:58)(Brundtland Commission, 1987)(Strang, 2018:148)
StatusIkke-udgivet - 2020
BegivenhedEuropean Congress of Qualitative Inquiry: IQ towards sustainability - Malta, St George's Bay, Malta
Varighed: 3 feb. 20207 feb. 2020


KonferenceEuropean Congress of Qualitative Inquiry
BySt George's Bay

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