A CURSORY JOURNEY: BEFORE
...aesthetic responses to each of the three ideas, content, and information (Six total responses).
A thick response is a “responses that goes beyond the mere or bare reporting of an act (thin description... ), but describes and probes the intentions, motives, meanings, context, situations, and circumstances of action” (Glesne, 2006, p. 27), ideas, content or information.
An efferent response is a response that “pays more attention to the cognitive, the referential, the factual, the analytic, the logical, the quantitative aspects of meaning” (Rosenblatt, 1994/2005, p. 12); and
An aesthetic response is a...