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24 SEPTEMBER 2013

Inside Out of Mind: ethnographic research catalyst for theatre project

"Based on extraordinary and extensive ethnographic research, Inside Out of Mind offers moving insight into the mysterious domain of dementia; a world of medical magical realism peopled with puppets and performers in pursuit of a lost man in pursuit of lost love. A darkly comic and empathic tale."

(Meeting Ground Theatre Company)

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Anna Mottram • arts and sciencesdementiadissemination through performanceethnographic researchethnographically informed study • Health Care Assistant (HCA) • healthcare • Holly-Robyn Harrison • hospital treatment • hospital wards • Inside Out of Mind (play) • Jarrod Cooke • Jim Findley • Joanna Macleod • Joanne Lloyd • Justine Schneider • Kezia Scales • Lakeside Arts Centre (Nottingham) • Lily Lowe-Myers • Maurice Roeves • Maxine Finch • medical research • Meeting Ground (theatre company) • NHS • no name • Nottinghamnursepatient carereality as processresearch disseminationresearch project • Sean Myatt • Simon Bailey • Tanya Myers • theatre • theatre company • theatre projectstheatrical performancetheatrical playtrauma • Ulrike Johannson

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Simon Perkins
19 OCTOBER 2008

Pedagogy of the Oppressed: reality as process

"true dialogue cannot exist unless the dialoguers engage in critical thinking — thinking which discerns an indivisible solidarity between the world and the people and admits of no dichotomy between them — thinking which perceives reality as process, as transformation, rather than as a static entity — thinking which does not separate itself from action, but constantly immerses itself in temporality without fear of the risks involved. Critical thinking contrasts with naive thinking, which sees 'historical time as a weight, a stratification of the acquisitions and experiences of the past,' from which the present should emerge normalised and 'well–behaved.' For the naive thinker, the important thing is accommodation to this normalised 'today.' For the critic, the important thing is the continuing transformation of reality, in behalf of the continuing humanisation of men."
(Paulo Freire)

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conceptualisationcritical thinkingdialogicdialogue • dialoguers • enquiryPaulo Freire • Pedagogy of the Oppressed • reality as processscriptibletheory buildingtransformation

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Simon Perkins
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