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Voice, belonging, storytelling and transformation in digital storytelling workshop settings—Some philosophical considerations

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posted on 2024-06-04, 04:47 authored by Pip Hardy, Stephen DobsonStephen Dobson
Stories are crucial to our understanding of ourselves and our world. Digital storytelling amplifies ordinary voices and draws on a combination of learned and unlearned skills such as ethical, self and aesthetic knowledge, to express, represent and, through a process of distillation that is not unlike the phenomenological reduction, create a connection between storyteller and viewer that can cross boundaries of time and space. This chapter considers digital storytelling, through a philosophical lens, with a particular focus on the existential and phenomenological aspects of the process and consideration of the types of knowledge that both inform and emerge from the process.

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Dobson S; Svoen B; Agrusti G; Hardy P

Start Page

95

End Page

105

Number of Pages

11

ISBN-10

9819971950

ISBN-13

9789819971954

Publisher

Springer

Place of Publication

Singapore

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CC BY 4.0 DEED

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  • Yes

Era Eligible

  • Yes

Chapter Number

6

Parent Title

Learning inclusion in a digital age: Belonging and finding a voice with the disadvantaged

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