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A phenomenological study of creativity in the culinary arts

James Fisher Taylor

A phenomenological study of creativity in the culinary arts

by James Fisher Taylor

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Published by United States International University in San Diego, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cookery,
  • Creative ability

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCreativity in the culinary arts
    Statementby James Fisher Taylor
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 211 leaves
    Number of Pages211
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22779753M

    A Phenomenological Study of the Lived Family Experiences of Elementary Principals Involved in Dual-Career Relationships with Children We certify that we have read this dissertation and approved it as adequate in scope and quality. We have found that it is complete and satisfactory in .   Books such as Fundamental Techniques, Gisslen's Professional Cooking, and Introduction to Culinary Arts help to lay the framework for beginners, and if you're scheduled for a boot-camp-style crash course to help jump-start a new career, .

    Culinary Arts is a pathway for students in the Human Science, Art, and Humanities career cluster. The following description is from the current Standard Course of Study, for Career–Technical Education, Mississippi Department of Education. The Culinary Arts pathway program includes classroom and hands-on experiences that will prepare. Stierand, M, Dörfler, V () Reflecting on a phenomenological study of creativity and innovation in haute cuisine. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 24(6): –

    Chapter 4: Research methodology 74 CHAPTER 4: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Phenomenology is the science that studies truth. It stands back from our rational involvement with things and marvels at the fact that there is disclosure, that things do appear, that the world can be understood and that we in our life thinking serve as datives for the manifestation of things Sokolowski (, p. ) Therefore, the study needed to be framed and required the use of a qualitative research method. Besides phenomenography, which is the theoretical framework of the study, there are other frameworks which could be used in this study, such as phenomenology or ethnography; however, they would not be suitable for the study.


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A phenomenological study of creativity in the culinary arts by James Fisher Taylor Download PDF EPUB FB2

In essence, the present study provides insights for practitioners on how chefs perceive and describe the creative process, which may be used to better design creative environments to foster. Reflecting on a phenomenological study of creativity and innovation in haute cuisine Reflecting on a phenomenological study of creativity and innovation in haute cuisine Marc B.

Stierand; Viktor Dörfler Purpose – This paper aims to present and reflect on a phenomenological research process used to elucidate the nature of creativity and innovation in. Purpose - This paper aims to present and reflect on a phenomenological research process used to elucidate the nature of creativity and innovation in haute cuisine.

Design/methodology/approach - In-depth unstructured interviews and field notes capturing subjective experiences were employed to elucidate the experiences of 18 top chefs from the UK, Spain, France, Austria and Germany with Cited by: This article presents the results of research conducted between and as part of a 4-year study on culinary internships.

The article explores what can be described as the culinary life, developing a picture of working in a kitchen. It then compares and contrasts the work of key writers in the area of internship.

Phenomenological views are provided and quantitative data analyzed from Cited by: 9. Culinary creativity has its own distinct characteristics, such as time limitations and market acceptance, which are acquired through building blocks of professional skills and experience.

The study contributes to understanding the role of applied creativity in the culinary by: 4. The study illustrates the need for solitary work, trust, risk, and failure in creative writing. Shaped by the "underpaint" of the writing environment and the writer"s history, and fed by accumulated life experiences, the creative writing realm is a place of mystery and reason where the writer attains a heightened sense of : Paperback.

Using phenomenological research methods, this study explores the experience of creativity in relation to training programs conducted at the Person Centered Expressive Therapy Institute (PCETI). Coparticipants were eighteen adults, ages 27 thro involved in the institute from a variety of national and international locations.

These aims were addressed through two studies. The phenomenology of artistic creativity was explicated through a qualitative study guided by the principles of phenomenological psychology (Study 1). This study was based around semi-structured interviews conducted with a range of artists.

A second, psychometric study consisted of. The purpose of this experiential phenomenological study was to describe the experience of a situation to self will describe the relationship of my personal experience with culinary arts in The creativity factor.

The culinary profession is an art form and the ability to create is. and prioritize culinary creativity components; and third, we employed the Modified Delphi method to reach a consensus of defining culinary creativity. The results show that the con-structing model of culinary creativity is based on creativity in general by adding specific principle and influenced by education and training.

– This paper aims to present and reflect on a phenomenological research process used to elucidate the nature of creativity and innovation in haute cuisine., – In‐depth unstructured interviews and field notes capturing subjective experiences were employed to elucidate the experiences of 18 top chefs from the UK, Spain, France, Austria and Germany with regards to creativity and innovation.

Phenomenology in LIS Research Chi-Shiou Lin National Taiwan University, Dept. of Library and Information Science Abstract. Phenomenology is a recommended methodology when the study goals are to understand the meanings of human experiences.

Creswell () identified five major steps in conducting a phenomenological study. First, the investigator will determine if the phenomenological approach suits the research problem. When the research problem is to understand the common experiences of several individuals about a phenomenon, a phenomenological study is appropriate.

This article presents the results of research conducted between and as part of a 4-year study on culinary internships. The article explores what can be described as the culinary life, developing a picture of working in a kitchen.

It then compares and contrasts the work of key writers in the area of internship. Phenomenological views are provided and quantitative data analyzed from. questions, angles and arguments to the study of creativity.

This is unsurprising; a brief description of the general evolution of the concept gives some indication of its breadth. It has an ancient past rooted in divine creators and mythic moments of divine inspiration; a more recent past associated with the arts.

Three kinds of examples are provided—political, organizational/economic, and historical/military. In all three examples, the author applies phenomenology to show how creativity is unbounded by applying the concepts of phenomenology and thereby breaking the presumed constraints of our social beliefs.

phenomenological study, the literature review of the actual study is not included and only a synopsis of the findings is given. An overview of phenomenology follows. What is phenomenology. Europe lay in ruins at the end of World War One ( - ).

Eagleton (, p. 54) captures the situation vividly. This study has two goals: to analyse the impact of a creative culinary curriculum (3C) that emphasises teamwork on culinary arts students’ creative process and creative performance, and to. The chef-instructor’s team at CAI consists of international and Bulgarian chef instructors with rich practical experience, always ready to go a step beyond the “standard culinary arts studies” and closer to arts.

Focusing on creativity, they build generations of innovators, culinary. Abstract The purpose of this experiential phenomenological study was to describe the experience of a formal culinary education and its impact on job placement, job satisfaction, and career.

The creative processes of understanding patients’ experiences in phenomenological research are difficult to articulate. Drawing on life philosophy as represented by the Danish philosopher K.E.

Løgstrup (–), this article aims to illustrate Løgstrup's thinking as a way to elaborate the creation of cognition and understanding of patients’ experiences.The Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive brings together a diverse body of materials on the American culinary experience.

Holdings cover the production, promotion, preparation, presentation, consumption, and appreciation of food and drink in America.‘Phenomenological Psychology,’ however, as it was introduced by Husserl (/ ) will have to be disregarded in this article, as far as it is the name for a branch of transcendental philosophy.

The prominent exception remains Gurwitsch's (, ) creative synthesis of gestalt theoretical psychology and phenomenology.