Author: Christie, Ian
Source: Journal of Media Practice, Volume 9, Number 3, 6 November 2008 , pp. 275-277(3)
Abstract:Two current initiatives in the field of arts and humanities research have highlighted a strange paradox. Practice-based research and the AHRC's Beyond Text programme both imply a challenge to assumptions that research will be in conventional textual forms: that it will centre on the production of a ritualised work known as a thesis or dissertation.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: School of History of Art, Film and Visual Media, University of London.
Publication date: November 6, 2008
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