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Research Methods
Research methods

The final section of the Handbook opens with Snyder and Beale's broad view of the cultural, institutional and national perspectives that shape a research environment, moves through Wilson's analysis of the changes in meaning-making produced by technologies and modes of representation, and focuses on the issues encountered by Vasudevan and DeJaynes in their own research, especially the multiple literacies required to deal with disparate digital media. Follwing Yee's analysis of changes generated by practice-centred research, a discussion vividly illustrated by individual recent doctoral dissertations, Nuhn concludes by probing the issues raised by his doctoral research.

It would be easy to imagine that the shift to digital technologies for inquiry, representation and dissemination might be the most important influence on the modern PhD. Snyder ...

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