A chapter in a book that was published following the Qualitative Research Methods Conference in Bucharest. It looks at works completed during Extending Creative Practice and uses a survey of some 95 older Digital Storytellers as a means to consider why people chose to tell particular stories and the benefits they considered they gained from participation in the Digital Storytelling workshops.
|Title of host publication||Mapping Heterogeneity: Qualitative Research in Communication|
|Editors||L. Ivan, C. Daba-Buzoianu, B. Gray|
|Place of Publication||Bucharest|
|Number of pages||23|
|Publication status||Published - 30 Jun 2014|
Dunford, M. (2014). Understanding Inclusion through Digital Storytelling: A Case Study assessing the impact and effectiveness of workshops across Romania. In L. Ivan, C. Daba-Buzoianu, & B. Gray (Eds.), Mapping Heterogeneity: Qualitative Research in Communication (pp. 165-187). Tritonic. http://www.tritonic.ro/isbn-Mapping_Heterogenity:_Qualitative_Research_in_Communication-978-606-8571-51-5.htm