Qualitative Comparative Analysis in the Emotion of Artistic Creativity: An Analysis of Isolation in Painting
Keywords:Qualitative Comparative Analysis, Configurational Theory, Painting, Emotion, Isolation
This paper highlights the outcomes of the use of Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) of isolation in paintings. A general literature review was conducted to analyze the connection between art, emotion and society in the existing research. Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) is often used in the organization research of Humanities and Social Sciences and in this study, it is mainly used to analyze the expression of artist’s paintings. This paper makes a detailed analysis of the factors affecting the expression of isolation in paintings. Through the researcher's discussion among the selected Artist’s paintings, the researchers rely on Boolean algebra and take composition, color, facial expression, body language, atmosphere and the background as factors to analyze the configuration. Finally, the influence of different factor configurations on painting expression of isolation was analyzed.
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