Métodos, técnicas e ferramentas para a geração de ideias sob a perspectiva da experiência corporal

uma revisão integrativa da literatura

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https://doi.org/10.22484/2318-5694.2022v10id4994

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corporeidade , geração de ideias , inovação

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Este estudo identificou e reuniu métodos, técnicas, ferramentas e outros recursos que consideram o corpo como mídia essencial para a geração de ideias. Abordou-se a experiência corporal sob uma perspectiva sociológica, de modo a admitir o corpo como um meio que informa uma ideia. Buscou-se, desse modo, investigar o papel do corpo na produção de sentidos e percepções dos agentes humanos na fase de ideação. O contexto da inovação foi adotado como pano de fundo que, por sua vez, assume a ideação como uma das fases mais importantes nos primeiros estágios do processo. O estudo percorre etapas bem definidas de uma revisão sistemática integrativa da literatura. A revisão resultou na identificação e discussão de três categorias: métodos, técnicas, ferramentas; recursos complementares; perspectivas teóricas e práticas interdisciplinares.

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2022-09-22

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CAMBRUZZI DA SILVA, C.; APARECIDA DANDOLINI, G.; FADEL, L. M. Métodos, técnicas e ferramentas para a geração de ideias sob a perspectiva da experiência corporal : uma revisão integrativa da literatura. Tríade: Comunicação, Cultura e Mídia, Sorocaba, SP, v. 10, n. 22, p. e022007, 2022. DOI: 10.22484/2318-5694.2022v10id4994. Disponível em: https://periodicos.uniso.br/triade/article/view/4994. Acesso em: 28 set. 2022.

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