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The article takes the phrase as an opening metaphor to explore underlying issues in linking research with teaching in the areas of art, design and media. In part, is suggestive of a culture of scholarship becoming something like the social networks of Second Life, MySpace and YouTube, all of which have set new trends in promoting and sharing various media output. However, the phrase also captures a more critical point about the reification of ideas, warning against research becoming some kind of commodity or tool we might neatly apply to our teaching. Drawing connections between the intellectual fashions of the early twentieth century flneurs and bohemians and our own twenty-first century digital culture, the article speculates upon what research really means in the arts and seeks to reclaim what is distinctive about the arts and art education's ethical commitment to the world in which we live.
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Keywords: creative thinking; e-learning; flneur; research in teaching; social network media

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: York St John University.

Publication date: 17 October 2007

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  • How can art, design and communication aid teaching? Do these teaching methods work better in certain fields of study? Focusing on arts and media-based subjects, and encompassing all areas of higher education, this journal reveals the potential value of new educational styles and creative teaching methods.

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