BRICOLAGE is an advanced form of treasure hunting (i.e., research)
that can be individualized for all ages and skill levels. Whether you are a parent, teacher, or student, this book provides
a thorough introduction that will help get you started for the application of treasure hunting and bricolage to all academic
and vocational disciplines. The process can be applied rigorously, as the bricolage dissertation (below) demonstrates, or
it can be applied in your everyday life to keep informed.
BRICOLAGE: YOUR QUICK START GUIDE
Learn the "nuts and bolts" of bricolage!
Everyone can write! This book teaches a natural process for writing that capitalizes on interests, experiences, and abilities. We should all be writing
our stories and from our personal perspectives and this book will help you do just that!
It's a rich, multimedia,multidimensional presentation that begins
to uncover the magic of words. You can start with the basics that are covered in this book with the introduction to Critical Complex Bricolage
and then you can take your learning as far, wide, deep, and high as you want, by following the hyperlinks to free information
about the process on the CD. Write the best researched papers ever! Includes
samples of A+ papers.
Get started today
with this amazing new process for learning. researching, writing--and living. Because the book includes many active links
for further information, it will be provided on a CD. 113 pages plus sample A+ papers.
THE ORIGINAL INFAMOUS 658-PAGE BRICOLAGE RESEARCH DISSERTATION WITH 2024 UPDATE
This is the original dissertation that stirred up so much trouble in the university! LORD,
they HATE TRUTH.
That story will be covered elsewhere,
but we offer this dissertation with a special UPDATE for 2024 (included as a separate file).
This publication will be very useful for those who want to take their research to the
next level. Many topics have been covered in the
study, including philosophy, current events, treasure hunts, the golden chalice/holy grail, twin flames, the implicate order
of reality, and the process for recording, studying, and writing about profound
phenomenological, synchronistic, "magical" events. After reading this, you will view the world in a new light.
Paradis, Vanessa J. (2013). Did Joe Lyons Kincheloe Discover the Golden Chalice for Knowledge Production?
The Application of Critical Complex Epistemology and the Multidimensional
Critical Complex Bricolage. [Doctoral dissertation]
This multidimensional critical complex bricolage research study explicates and demonstrates the late Joe Kincheloe’s
(December 14, 1950–December 19, 2008) interdisciplinary, multitheoretical, multimethodological bricolage in conjunction
with his theoretical formulations of critical complex epistemology, critical complex ontology, evolving critical pedagogy,
critical psychology of complexity, and fourth dimension research. Elucidation was deemed crucial due to the great promise
this research process offers for producing insightful, innovative, and practical knowledge that will contribute to more
informed solutions for complex social and educational issues. This study has expanded the conceptual understanding of bricolage
through multiperspectival and metaphoric examinations of the research process. Additionally, Kincheloe’s theoretical
delineations have been analyzed to help clarify his advanced concepts. Methodological, theoretical, interpretive, political,
narrative, philosophical, critical hermeneutical and feminist dimensions have been employed in this study, combined with
diverse cosmologies, epistemologies, and ontologies. It was found that this unique research process provides an exemplary
means for studying complex, symbiotic, dynamic, and hidden dimensions of interrelationships. It can be applied in all disciplines
and is also useful for teaching, learning, and for professional and everyday problem solving due to the power it offers
in generating immediate and effective actions for change. This study was remarkably transformative for the researcher, helping
her come to greater understandings of the new phenomenological “daily lived experiences” she encountered during
her research journey. She concludes that Kincheloe has developed, with his conceptualization of the multidimensional critical
complex bricolage, an exceptionally rigorous empirical phenomenological research process, which employed in its full dimensionality
contributes to his goal for constructing a critical science of complexity. The multidimensional critical complex bricolage
is particularly promising for empirical phenomenological inquiries into cognition and consciousness, a long-standing neglected
area of research. Did Joe Lyons Kincheloe Discover the Golden Chalice for Knowledge Production?