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Internally persuasive writing in Fine Arts Practice

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This article investigates the role of writing in a Master’s programme of Fine Arts Practice. Utilizing a single case approach, the study describes the contextualized progression of a student’s writing from the initiation of a journal to her final extended essay. Her journal, in which she writes and her supervisor responds, forms a written conversation, through which she moves from an initial position of compelled writing to an ‘auto-ethnographic’ exploration of the issues that are central to her art. Through this Bakhtinian dialogue, she constructs an internally persuasive voice and develops an expressive form for her writing.
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Keywords: academic writing; internally persuasive writing; writing in fine arts

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Northumbria University

Publication date: 2004-12-01

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