Document Type

Journal Article

Publisher

The School of English, Media Studies, & Art History, The University of Queensland

Faculty

Education and Arts

School

Communications and Arts

RAS ID

4614

Comments

This article was originally published as: Green, L. R. (2006). Creative writing as practice-led research. Australian Journal of Communication, 33(2,3), 175-188. Original article available here.

Abstract

This paper accepts that new knowledge in the Arts is created through practice-led research and that creative writing is one expression of a practice leading to practice-led research outcomes. However, in trying to explain this methodological approach to 'outsiders: the practice-led researcher may be accused of circularity and/or self-delusion. The alleged circularity tends to be represented back to the researcher as '50 what you're saying is that 'practice-led research leads to knowledge that results from engaging in practice' Is that right?'

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