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Näkökulmia taiteen ja kulttuurin sosiaalisen hyvinvoinnin vaikutuksiin - lähdeluettelo

Julkaistu

1. Sosiaalinen osallistuminen ja osallisuus

  • All-Party Parliamentary Group on Arts, Health and Wellbeing Inquiry Report (2017). Creative Health: The Arts for Health and Wellbeing. http://www.artshealthandwellbeing.org.uk/appginquiry/Publications/Creative_Health_Inquiry_Report_2017.pdf
  • Askins, K. & Pain, R. (2011).”Contact zones: participation, materiality, and the messiness of interaction.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. Vol. 29, No. 5, s. 803–821.
  • Averett, P., Crove, A. & Hall, C. (2015). ”The youth public arts program: interpersonal and intrapersonal outcomes for at-risk youth.” Journal of Creativity in Mental Health. Vol. 10, No. 3, s. 306–323.
  • Beaulac, J., Kristjansson, E. & Calhoun, M. (2011). ”‘Bigger than hip-hop?’ Impact of a community-based physical activity program on youth living in a disadvantaged neighborhood in Canada.” Journal of Youth Studie Vol. 14, No. 8, s. 961–974.
  • Cain, M., Lakhani, A. & Istvandity, L. (2016). ”Short and long term outcomes for culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) and at-risk communities in participatory music programs: A systematic review.” Arts & Health. Vol. 8, No. 2, s. 105–124.
  • Hanrahan, F. & Banerjee, R. (2017). ’It makes me feel alive’: the socio-motivational impact of drama and theatre on marginalised young people. Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties. Vol. 22, No. 1, s. 35-49.
  • Känkänen, P. (2013). Taidelähtöiset menetelmät lastensuojelussa: kohti tilaa ja kokemuksia. Tutkimus 109. Väitöskirja, Helsingin Helsin­ki: Terveyden ja hyvinvoinnin laitos.
  • Känkänen, P. & Rainio, A. P. (2010). ”Suojassa, mutta näkyvissä – taidelähtöinen toiminta osallisuuden rakentajana lastensuojelussa.” Vol. 4, s. 4–20.
  • Macpherson, H., Hart, A. & Heaver, B. (2016). Building resilience through group visual arts activities: Findings from a scoping study with young people who experience mental health complexities and/or learning difficulties. Journal of Social Work. Vol. 16, No. 5, s. 541-560.
  • Secker, J., Hacking, S., Spandler, H., Kent, L. & Shenton, J. (2007). Mental health, social inclusion and the arts: developing the evidence base. Final report. Anglia Ruskin University / UCLan Research Team.
  • Secker, J., Loughran, M., Heydinrych, K. & Kent, L. (2011). Promoting mental well-being and social inclusion through art: evaluation of an arts and mental health project. Arts & Health. Vol. 3, No.1, s. 51-60.
  • Wright, R., Alaggia, R. & Krygsman, A. (2014). ”Five-year follow-up study of the qualitative experiences of youth in an afterschool arts program in low-income communities.” Journal of Social Service Research. Vol. 40, No. 2, s. 137–146.
  • Wright, P., Davies, C., Haseman, B., Down, B., White, M. & Rankin, S. (2013). Arts practice and disconnected youth in Australia: Impact and domains of change. Arts & Health. Vol. 5, No. 3, s. 190-203.

2. Sosiaalisten taitojen ja vuorovaikutustaitojen kehittyminen

  • Averett, P., Crove, A. & Hall, C. (2015). The Youth Public Arts Program: Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Outcomes for At-Risk Youth. Journal of Creativity in Mental Health. Vol. 10, No. 3, s. 306-323.
  • McKinnon, J. (2016). ”Breaking bad habitus: using devised performance to challenge students’ perceptions of themselves as students.” Re­search in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Perfor­mance. Vol. 21, No. 4, s. 535–550.
  • Siivonen, K., Kotilainen, S., & Suoninen, A. (2011). Iloa ja voimaa elämään: nuorten taiteen tekemisen merkitykset Myrsky-hankkeessa. Helsinki: Nuorisotutkimusverkosto, Nuorisotutkimusseura. http://www.nuorisotutkimusseura.fi/images/julkaisuja/myrsky2011.pdf
  • Vilmilä, F. (2016). Elämäntaitojen äärellä. Taidetyöpaja nuorten elämäntaitojen vahvistajana. Nuorisotutkimusseuran verkkojulkaisuja 102. http://www.nuorisotutkimusseura.fi/images/julkaisuja/elamantaitojen_aarella.pdf.
  • Wright, P., Davies, C., Haseman, B., Down, B., White, M. & Rankin, S. (2013). Arts practice and disconnected youth in Australia: Impact and domains of change. Arts & Health. Vol. 5, No. 3, s. 190-203.

Nosto: ”Taiteellisessa toiminnassa on mahdollista ilmaista itseään sekä luoda yhteys…”

  • Askins, K. & Pain, R. (2011). ”Contact zones: participation, materiality, and the messiness of interaction.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. Vol. 29, No. 5, s. 803–821.
  • Macpherson, H., Hart, A. & Heaver, B. (2016). ”Building resilience through group visual arts activities: Findings from a scoping study with young people who experience mental health complexities and/or learning difficulties.” Journal of Social Work Vol. 16, No. 5, s. 541–560.
  • Sapouna, L. & Pamer, E. (2016). The transformative potential of the arts in mental health recovery – an Irish research project. Arts & Health, Vol. 8, No. 1, s. 1-12.
  • Young, R., Camic, P. & Tischler, V. (2016). The impact of community-based arts and health interventions on cognition in people with dementia: a systematic literature review. Aging & Mental Health. Vol. 20, No. 4, s. 337-351.

3. Sosiaalinen pääoma

  • Averett, P., Crove, A. & Hall, C. (2015). ”The youth public arts program: interpersonal and intrapersonal outcomes for at-risk youth.” Journal of Creativity in Mental Health. Vol. 10, No. 3, s. 306–323.
  • Crossick, G. & Kaszynska, P. (2016). Understanding the value of arts & culture The AHRC Cultural Value Project. Arts & Humanities Research Council. http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/documents/publications/cultural-value-project-final-report/
  • Gordon-Nesbitt, R. (2015). Exploring the Longitudinal Relationship Between Arts Engagement and Health. Manchester Metropolitan University. Manchester. http://artsforhealth.org/research/artsengagementandhealth/ArtsEngagementandHealth.pdf
  • Goulding, A. (2012). How Can Contemporary Art Contribute Toward the Development of Social and Cultural Capital for People Aged 64 and older. The Gerontologist. Vol. 53, No.6, s. 1009-1019.
  • Hampshire, K.R. & Matthijsse, M. (2010). Can arts improve young people’s wellbeing? A social capital approach. Social Science & Medicine. Vol. 71, No. 4, s. 708-716.
  • Hyyppä, M., Mäki, J., Impivaara, O. & Aromaa, A. (2006). Leisure participation predicts survival: a population-based study in Finland. Health Promotion International. Vol. 21, No.1, s. 5-12.

4. Syrjäytymisen ehkäisy

  • All-Party Parliamentary Group on Arts, Health and Wellbeing Inquiry Report (2017). Creative Health: The Arts for Health and Wellbeing. http://www.artshealthandwellbeing.org.uk/appginquiry/Publications/Creative_Health_Inquiry_Report_2017.pdf
  • Averett, P., Crove, A. & Hall, C. (2015). ”The youth public arts program: interpersonal and intrapersonal outcomes for at-risk youth.” Journal of Creativity in Mental Health. Vol. 10, No. 3, s. 306–323.
  • Cain, M., Lakhani, A. & Istvandity, L. (2016). ”Short and long term outcomes for culturally and linguistically diverse CALD. and at-risk communities in participatory music programs: A systematic review.” Arts & Health. Vol. 8, No. 2, s. 105–124.
  • Gallagher, K. & Rodricks, D. (2017). ”Performing to understand: cultural wealth, precarity, and shelter-dwelling youth.” Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance. Vol. 22, No. 1, s. 7–21.
  • Hanrahan, F. & Banerjee, R. (2017). ’It makes me feel alive’: the socio-motivational impact of drama and theatre on marginalised young people. Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties. Vol. 22, No. 1, s. 35-49.
  • Macpherson, H., Hart, A. & Heaver, B. (2016). Building resilience through group visual arts activities: Findings from a scoping study with young people who experience mental health complexities and/or learning difficulties. Journal of Social Work. Vol. 16, No. 5, s. 541-560.
  • Miner-Romanoff, K. (2016). ”Voices from inside: the power of art to transform and restore.” The Journal of Correctional Education. Vol. 67, No. 1, s. 58–74.
  • Siivonen, K., Kotilainen, S., & Suoninen, A. (2011). Iloa ja voimaa elämään: nuorten taiteen tekemisen merkitykset Myrsky-hankkeessa. Helsinki: Nuorisotutkimusverkosto, Nuorisotutkimusseura. http://www.nuorisotutkimusseura.fi/images/julkaisuja/myrsky2011.pdf
  • Vilmilä, F. (2016). Elämäntaitojen äärellä. Taidetyöpaja nuorten elämäntaitojen vahvistajana. Nuorisotutkimusseuran verkkojulkaisuja 102. http://www.nuorisotutkimusseura.fi/images/julkaisuja/elamantaitojen_aarella.pdf
  • Wright, P., Davies, C., Haseman, B., Down, B., White, M. & Rankin, S. (2013). Arts practice and disconnected youth in Australia: Impact and domains of change. Arts & Health. Vol. 5, No. 3, s. 190-203.
  • Wright, R., Alaggia, R. & Krygsman, A. (2014). ”Five-year follow-up study of the qualitative experiences of youth in an afterschool arts program in low-income communities.” Journal of Social Service Research. Vol. 40, No. 2, s. 137–146.

Esimerkki: ”Esimerkiksi Yhdysvalloissa toteutetussa laajassa tilastollisessa…”

5. Kulttuurinen ja sosiaalinen moninaisuus

  • Askins, K. & Pain, R. (2011). ”Contact zones: participation, materiality, and the messiness of interaction.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. Vol. 29, No. 5, s. 803–821.
  • Beaulac, J., Kristjansson, E. & Calhoun, M. (2011). ”‘Bigger than hip-hop?’ Impact of a community-based physical activity program on youth living in a disadvantaged neighborhood in Canada.” Journal of Youth Studie Vol. 14, No. 8, s. 961–974.
  • Cain, M., Lakhani, A. & Istvandity, L. (2016). Short and long term outcomes for culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) and at-risk communities in participatory music programs: A systematic review. Arts & Health, Vol. 8, No.2, s. 105-124.
  • Everitt, A. & Hamilton, R. (2003). Arts, Health and Community. A study of five arts in community health projects. Durham.
  • European Agenda for Culture, Work Plan for Culture 2015-2018 (2017). How Culture and the Arts Can Promote Intercultural Dialogue in the Context of the Migratory and Refugee Crisis. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. https://publications.europa.eu/en/publication-detail/-/publication/4943e7fc-316e-11e7-9412-01aa75ed71a1/language-en/format-PDF/source-30942640
  • Matarasso, F. (1997). Use or Ornament? The Social Impact of Participation in the Arts. London. https://www.deveron-projects.com/site_media/old-site/wb/media/pdfs/OrnamentMatarasso.pdf
  • Miner-Romanoff, K. (2016). ”Voices from inside: the power of art to trans­form and restore.” The Journal of Correctional Education. Vol. 67, No. 1, s. 58–74.
  • Vanhanen, E. (2017). Taiteisiin osallistumisen hyvinvointivaikutukset ja maahanmuuttajat. Teoksessa: Lehikoinen, K. & Vanhanen, E. (toim.) Taide ja hyvinvointi: Katsauksia kansainväliseen tutkimukseen. Kokos-julkaisuja 1/2017. s. 61-69. https://helda.helsinki.fi/bitstream/handle/10138/227963/Kokos_1_2017.pdf?sequence=1
  • Wright, P., Davies, C., Haseman, B., Down, B., White, M. & Rankin, S. (2013). Arts practice and disconnected youth in Australia: Impact and domains of change. Arts & Health. Vol. 5, No. 3, s. 190-203.

Nosto: ”Miten taide voi edesauttaa erilaisuuden ymmärtämistä ja arvostamista?…”

  • Askins, K. & Pain, R. (2011) ”Contact zones: participation, materiality, and the messiness of interaction.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. Vol. 29, No. 5, s. 803–821.
  • Beaulac, J., Kristjansson, E. & Calhoun, M. (2011) ”‘Bigger than hip-hop?’ Impact of a community-based physical activity program on youth living in a disadvantaged neighborhood in Canada.” Journal of Youth Studie Vol. 14, No. 8, s. 961–974.
  • Cain, M., Lakhani, A. & Istvandity, L. (2016) Short and long term outcomes for culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) and at-risk communities in participatory music programs: A systematic review. Arts & Health, Vol. 8, No.2, s. 105-124
  • Lambert, K., Wright, P., Currie, J. & Pascoe, R. (2017). ”Desiring machines and nomad spaces: neoliberalism, performativity and becoming in senior secondary drama classrooms.” Discourse: Studies in the Cultu­ral Politics of Education. Vol. 38, No. 2, s. 197–208.
  • McKinnon, J. (2016). ”Breaking bad habitus: using devised performance to challenge students’ perceptions of themselves as students.” Re­search in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Perfor­mance. 21, No. 4, s. 535–550.
  • Wright, P., Davies, C., Haseman, B., Down, B., White, M. & Rankin, S. (2013) Arts practice and disconnected youth in Australia: Impact and domains of change. Arts & Health. Vol. 5, No. 3, s. 190-203.

Nosto: ”Yhteisöllinen taidetoiminta voi tuoda sosiaalisesti syrjässä olevat ja valtavirtaan…”

  • Lawson, J., Reynolds, F., Bryant, W. & Wilson, L. (2014). ‘It’s like having a day of freedom, a day off from being ill’: Exploring the experiences of people living with mental health problems who attend a community-based arts project, using interpretative phenomenological analysis. Journal of Health Psychology, Vol. 19, No. 6, s. 765-777.
  • Miner-Romanoff, K. (2016). ”Voices from inside: the power of art to transform and restore.” The Journal of Correctional Education. Vol. 67, No. 1, s. 58–74.
  • Sapouna, L. & Pamer, E. (2016). The transformative potential of the arts in mental health recovery – an Irish research project. Arts & Health, Vol. 8, No. 1, s. 1-12.
  • Wright, P., Davies, C., Haseman, B., Down, B., White, M. & Rankin, S. (2013). Arts practice and disconnected youth in Australia: Impact and domains of change. Arts & Health, Vol. 5, No. 3, s. 190-203.

6. Kriittinen ajattelu

  • Bowen, D. & Greene, J. & Kisida, B. (2014). ”Learning to think critically: a visual art experiment.” Educational Researcher. Vol. 43, No. 1, s. 37–44.
  • Crossick, G. & Kaszynska, P. (2016). Understanding the value of arts & culture The AHRC Cultural Value Project. Arts & Humanities Research Council. http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/documents/publications/cultural-value-project-final-report/
  • European Agenda for Culture, Work Plan for Culture 2015-2018 (2017). How Culture and the Arts Can Promote Intercultural Dialogue in the Context of the Migratory and Refugee Crisis. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. https://publications.europa.eu/en/publication-detail/-/publication/4943e7fc-316e-11e7-9412-01aa75ed71a1/language-en/format-PDF/source-30942640
  • Gallagher, K. & Rodricks, D. (2017). Performing to understand: cultural wealth, precarity, and shelter-dwelling youth. Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance. 22, No. 1, s. 7-21.
  • Gutiérrez-Vicario, M.(2016). More than a Mural: The Intersection of Public Art, Immigrant Youth, and Human Rights. Radical Teacher, 104. s. 55-61.
  • Lambert, K., Wright, P., Currie, J. & Pascoe, R. (2017). ”Desiring machines and nomad spaces: neoliberalism, performativity and becoming in senior secondary drama classrooms.” Discourse: Studies in the Cultu­ral Politics of Education. Vol. 38, No. 2, s. 197–208.
  • Nelson, B. (2011). ’I made myself’: playmaking as a pedagogy of change with urban youth. Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, Vol. 16, No. 2, s. 157-172.
  • Preston, S. (2011). ”Back on whose track? Reframing ideologies of in­clusion and misrecognition in a participatory theatre project with young people in London.” Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance. Vol. 16, No. 2, s. 251–264.
  • Wright, P., Davies, C., Haseman, B., Down, B., White, M. & Rankin, S. (2013). Arts practice and disconnected youth in Australia: Impact and domains of change. Arts & Health, Vol. 5, No. 3, s. 190-203.

7. Aktiivinen kansalaisuus

  • Catteral, J., Dumais, S. & Hampden-Thompson, G. (2012). The Arts and Achievement in At-Risk Youth: evidence from four longitudinal studies. The National Endowment for the Arts. Washington DC. http://arts.gov/sites/default/files/Arts-At-Risk-Youth.pdf
  • Crossick, G. & Kaszynska, P. (2016). Understanding the value of arts & culture The AHRC Cultural Value Project. Arts & Humanities Research Council. http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/documents/publications/cultural-value-project-final-report/
  • Kelaher, M., Berman, N., Dunt, D., Johnson, V., Curry, S. & Joubert, L. (2014). Evaluating community outcomes of participation in community arts: A case for civic dialogue. Journal of Sociology, Vol. 50, No. 2, s. 132-149.
  • National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) (2009). Art-Goers in their Communities: Patterns of Civic and Social Engagement. NEA Research Note #98. National Endowment for the Arts. Washington DC.

 8. Elin- ja asuinympäristöjen kehitys

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