Introduction: a broad view CCS in a changing landscape: what is CCS, where has it come from and why be concerned about it in an art and design curriculum? Theory/practice: tales of turbulence The meaning of, and possibilities for, integration Case study examples: introducing elements of the research process Locating theory: the lecture theatre and the studio Types of 'theory' and points of tension: issues of form and content Subject and staff identities and cultures Approaches to integrating CCS: where does integration reside? Concluding considerations and recommendations.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Online version: Rintoul, Jenny, author. Integrating critical and contextual studies in art and design education.