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PERSPECTIVES ON RESEARCH ASSESSMENT IN ARCHITECTURE, MUSIC AND THE ARTS: DISCUSSING DOCTORATENESS. Ed. by Fredrik Nilsson and Nel Janssens. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, New York, 2017. 232 pp. ISBN 9781138695573 In English.
Due date: February 2017. Publisher's description: Research in the creative fields of architecture, design, music and the arts has experienced dynamic development for over two decades. The research in these practice and arts based fields has become increasingly mature, but has also led to various discussions on what constitutes doctoral proficiency in these fields. The term 'doctorateness' is often used when referring to the assessment of the production of doctoral research and the research competence of research students, but in architecture and the arts the concept of doctorateness has not yet attained a clearly articulated definition. The assessment of quality has beenpracticed by way of supervising, mentoring and the evaluation of dissertations, but much less discussed. This book offers perspectives on how to qualify and assess research in architecture, music and the arts. It creates a broader arena for discussion on doctorateness by establishing a framework for its application to creative fields. The book is grouped into three sections and includes contributions from international experts in the various fields, working in Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain, the Netherlands and the UK.
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Worldwide Number: 174862
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