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Building Worlds Together with Sound and Music : Imagination as an Active Engagement between Ourselves (2019)


Tuuri, Kai; Peltola, Henna-Riikka (2019). Building Worlds Together with Sound and Music : Imagination as an Active Engagement between Ourselves. In Grimshaw-Aagaard, Mark; Walther-Hansen, Mads; Knakkergaard, Martin (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Sound and Imagination, Volume 1. New York: Oxford University Press, 345-358. DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190460167.013.17


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Publication details

All authors or editors: Tuuri, Kai; Peltola, Henna-Riikka

Parent publication: The Oxford Handbook of Sound and Imagination, Volume 1

Parent publication editors: Grimshaw-Aagaard, Mark; Walther-Hansen, Mads; Knakkergaard, Martin

ISBN: 978-0-19-046016-7

eISBN: 978-0-19-046019-8

Publication year: 2019

Pages range: 345-358

Number of pages in the book: 808

Publisher: Oxford University Press

Place of Publication: New York

Publication country: United States

Publication language: English

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190460167.013.17

Open Access: Publication channel is not openly available

Publication is parallel published (JYX): https://jyx.jyu.fi/handle/123456789/65330


Abstract

By conforming to the enactive approach to human cognition, and by adopting the Tia DeNora’s concept of human–music interaction as an “in-action” perspective, Kai Tuuri and Henna-Riikka Peltola explore socially extended imagining with sounds and music. This is done through a question of how “shared places” of imagining with sound are established and maintained. Defining the activity of imagining as an essentially dynamic and generative process that takes place in a social reality, the authors propose that the processes of imagining are not only individual but also become exhibited and jointly engaged in social dialogues as well. By first discussing the theoretical foundations of this
shared imagining with sound, then by examining two case examples, the authors focus on the ways that imagination—as a joint active engagement—becomes shared in an interaction between individuals.


Keywords: music; music psychology; cognitive processes; experiencing; imagination; social cognition

Free keywords: embodied experience; narrative; metaphor; enactive imagining; autonomous sensory meridian response; human–music interaction; kinesphere; ecosphere; culturesphere


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Ministry reporting: Yes

Reporting Year: 2019

JUFO rating: 3


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