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Student Perspectives
Student perspectives

Whereas the traditional dissertation and thesis format privileges written language to convey knowledge, the chapters in this section lend student perspectives that explore how inscribed documentation combined with sound, image among other modes provide students with a range of rhetorical, symbolic and linguistic tools to more aptly prove, theorise and present arguments to a wider public audience. Thus, the chapters comprise student insights that record both the inherent challenges and intrinsic rewards of working within and across communicative modes in our increasingly global and digital world.

As previously stated in the Introduction to this handbook, student perspectives are included not only to incorporate the student voice, but also because it is often the collective work of undergraduate, Masters and especially doctoral students that ...

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