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RichardAndrews, ErikBorg, Stephen BoydDavis, MyrrhDomingo and JudeEngland

The SAGE Handbook of Digital Dissertations and Theses is published at a time when increasing numbers of students at undergraduate, Masters and doctoral levels are questioning why they have to submit their research in conventional printed formats, and why the digital version is an accompaniment to these printed copies, rather than the main submission. At the same time, other aspects of postgraduate dissertation or thesis work are being questioned. These include the interest in practice-led or practice-based research; the relationship between the creative and critical in dissertations and increasing questioning of the relationship between a fast-moving knowledge landscape on the one hand, characterised by provisionality and uncertainty, and reluctance on the part of some universities to ‘get up ...

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