Introduction to the Scholarship of Discovery
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The aim of this section of the book is to discuss the opportunities and challenges connected to digital storytelling in relation to research primarily in two contexts: as a mode of collecting and analysing data and as a form for communicating results and sharing knowledge.
KeywordsChild Welfare Service Digital Storytelling Digital Story Epistemic Injustice Closed Narrative
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