Theatre of the Oppressed_byJmccants

Theatre of the Oppressed in relation to emancipatory research methodology, ideas related to my own practice.

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Theatre of the Oppressed_byJmccants by Mind Map: Theatre of the Oppressed_byJmccants

1. Emancipatory Research

1.1. "Instrumentalization of knowledge" - Gordon

1.2. collective

1.3. movements for justice, freedom

1.4. everyday praxis/application

1.5. transforms power relations

1.5.1. research process

1.5.2. specific community context

1.5.3. society at large

1.6. visionary

2. As Research +

2.1. El Teatro Lucha de Salud del Barrio

2.1.1. Dialogue

2.1.1.1. Madres a Madres, Houston TX

2.1.1.1.1. lead exposure

2.1.1.1.2. empowerment

2.1.1.1.3. community-building

2.1.1.2. John Sullivan, TO pract.

2.1.1.2.1. apply TO to science

2.1.1.2.2. "Speculative Discourse"

2.1.1.3. Natl Inst of Envir Health Sciences

2.1.1.3.1. community outreach

2.1.1.4. anti-environmental racism org.

2.1.1.5. neighborhood residents

2.1.2. Community-Based Particip. Research

2.1.2.1. community ideas & attitudes

2.1.2.2. community knowledge

2.1.2.2.1. asthma triggers

2.1.2.2.2. lead poisoning and prevention

2.1.2.2.3. suggestions for action

2.1.2.3. scientific knowledge

2.1.2.4. grounded theory/ collective analysis

2.1.2.5. action proposals/spect-actor interventions

2.1.2.5.1. policies

2.1.2.5.2. everyday actions

2.1.2.5.3. communication tools

2.1.3. Outreach/ Cmmty Education

2.1.3.1. acting troupe of residents

2.1.3.1.1. ages 12-67

2.1.3.1.2. trained in TO

2.1.3.1.3. envir. health education

2.1.3.1.4. power dynamics re: health, safety, policy

2.1.3.1.5. leadership development

2.1.3.2. envir. scientists

2.1.4. Intervention

2.1.4.1. Forum Theatre to practice

2.1.4.2. public health policy

2.1.4.3. coalition-building

2.1.4.4. home inspections

2.2. Violence against Youth

2.2.1. experiences

2.2.1.1. images of power, violence, oppression

2.2.1.2. stories

2.2.1.2.1. e.g. of workshop in New Orleans

2.2.2. visioning, solutions

2.2.2.1. harm reduction (scenarios)

2.2.2.2. everyday actions (forum theatre)

2.2.2.3. policies, programs (legisl. theatre)

2.2.2.4. vision (image theatre/ real to ideal)

2.2.3. collective analysis

2.2.4. political education

2.2.4.1. popular education

2.2.4.2. arts

2.2.4.3. youth leadership, training

2.2.4.4. play

2.2.5. community-building

2.2.5.1. dialogue

2.2.5.2. play

2.2.5.3. action sociometry

3. Embodied Knowledge

3.1. inability/desire to verbally describe

3.2. experiences in our bodies

3.3. drawn out through (inter)action

3.4. trauma's impact on verbal communication

4. Related Methods

4.1. arts-based focus group

4.1.1. dialogue

4.1.2. particip. knowledge

4.1.2.1. //gwaltney's folk seminars

4.1.3. perspectives

4.2. experim. ethnography

4.2.1. participants/observers

4.2.2. process of interaction

4.2.3. learning through doing

4.2.4. co-researchers

4.2.4.1. analysts

4.2.4.2. facilitators

4.3. simult./deep interviewing

4.3.1. responses to questions

4.3.2. what if scenarios

4.3.3. experiences

4.3.4. imagininings

5. Forms

5.1. Forum Theatre

5.1.1. Spect-actors//Partipant observers

5.2. Legislative

5.2.1. policy analysis

5.2.2. policy development

5.3. Image

5.3.1. concepts

5.3.2. visual device

5.4. Cop-in-the-Head//R.O.D.

5.4.1. internalized oppression

5.4.2. relationship to institutions

6. Theory

6.1. Metaxis "Warren Linds"

6.2. Hegemony/Ideology - Gramsci, Althusser

6.3. New node

7. My application

7.1. LAYC workshop

7.1.1. analyze internaliz, instit and interp. oppression

7.2. BAC in New Orleans, JJPL

7.2.1. adj. youth exps. w/police

7.3. V2P in D.C.

7.3.1. adj. youth: what is, what was, will be

7.4. V2P volunteer training/mtg

7.4.1. community intervention