Ewaluacja jako interakcja. Pragmatyzm w badaniach ocen artystycznych

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18778/1733-8069.17.3.05

Słowa kluczowe:

ocena artystyczna, interakcja, pragmatyzm, interakcjonizm symboliczny

Abstrakt

Celem artykułu jest omówienie pragmatycznego kierunku w badaniach ewaluacji artystycznych. Praca opiera się na pogłębionych studiach literaturowych i analizuje najnowsze trendy w badaniach nad amatorską i ekspercką oceną artystyczną, a także pokazuje użyteczność podejścia pragmatycznego dla socjologii kultury i sztuki. W artykule omówiono badania jakościowe czerpiące z paradygmatu interpretatywnego oraz interakcjonizmu symbolicznego i zidentyfikowano główne obszary zainteresowań socjologów pragmatycznych, między innymi (1) społeczne interakcje miedzy ewaluatorami i obiektami artystycznymi, (2) pragmatyczne reguły i sytuacyjny charakter artystycznych ewaluacji. Ukazano ponadto luki w literaturze i zaproponowano kierunki dla przyszłych badań.

Pobrania

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Biogram autora

Kamila Lewandowska, The Aleksander Zelwerowicz National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw, Poland

Kamila Lewandowska, Assistant Professor at the A. Zelwerowicz National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw. She is a holder of the Outstanding Young Researchers scholarship awarded by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. She leads a research project titled “Between Art and Research: The Evaluation of Creative Arts in Performance-Based Research Funding Systems,” funded by the National Science Centre, Poland. Her research interests focus on the evaluation of art and research in public sector management.

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Lewandowska, K. (2021). Ewaluacja jako interakcja. Pragmatyzm w badaniach ocen artystycznych. Przegląd Socjologii Jakościowej, 17(3), 96-110. https://doi.org/10.18778/1733-8069.17.3.05