Conflict, collaboration and counterpoint: analysing iterative research techniques within the research development narrative.
Beighton, C., Cobb, W. and Welland, H. 2020. Conflict, collaboration and counterpoint: analysing iterative research techniques within the research development narrative.
|Authors||Beighton, C., Cobb, W. and Welland, H.|
This collaborative paper presents analyses of narrative data in the form of iterative journal writing based around a research development project. Drawing on aspects of complexity theory (notably iteration) we show how narrative form can simultaneously critique, inform and support the development of academic writers on a personal level.
Ultimately, we argue for the need to express and develop emotional engagement with writing for publication in pedagogical settings. As a precursor to writing; as a foundation for selfhood; and as a fertile area for research itself, this neglected aspect of learning is, we argue, crucial to successful engagement with the increasingly significant publication narrative.
|Keywords||Narrative; Collaboration; Emotion; Motivation; Autobiographical|
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|Deposited||20 Feb 2020|
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