Date of Award
MA - Master of Arts
Dr. Ara Parker
This capstone thesis paper analyzes how the use of meditation, finger labyrinths, and photography intertwine to strengthen reflection for the adolescent population. To further this community engagement project, the researcher observed two male adolescents in in their work with meditation and photography. Results revealed that after the use of labyrinth meditation, participants felt calm and quiet. The photo-taking portion of this study was different than what they had previously experienced while taking images. Results also showed that meditation before photo-taking allowed for reflection, awareness, and personal empowerment to increase during the art making process. This study emphasizes the need for decreasing one’s pace in relation to photography.
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VanderBrug, Corrie, "Labyrinth Meditation as a Foundation for Photography with Adolescents" (2020). Expressive Therapies Capstone Theses. 350.
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