Low, Katharine (2010) Risk-Taking in Sexual Health Communication and Applied Theatre Practice: What Can Happen? Gender Forum: An Internet Journal for Gender Studies, 31. ISSN 1613-1878
This article argues that risk-taking can be an essential part of applied theatre practice as when it is coupled with a dialogical approach, it can result in a situation where people "encounter risks on their own terms" and engage with discussions around sensitive and controversial subjects such as non-consensual sex. With reference to Beck’s notion of a risk-sharing community, it suggests that in the process of partaking in discussions on such issues, such a community can be established, whereby people take risks by challenging different views as well as taking action by discussing the subject outside of the performance space.
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