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(1)Convivial Listening 



My work examines how listening practices might offer a method of better understanding and researching experiences of of class exclusion in the field of socially engaged arts. I explore how listening practices might offer one method for tuning into trouble, listening to and witnessing stories different to those of white, patriarchal, middle class privilege.

The first section of the protocol is presented page by page and deals with the purpose and context of my research. You can read it following the numeric titles found at the top of the page. You can then open the document out and do the activities presented on the spread. Feel free to read this in any order that works for you.

“Voice is socially grounded. Voice is not the practice of individuals in isolation.”

Nick Couldry, 2010, p.6