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Community Uses of Co-creative Media Digital storytelling and Co-creative Media: The role of community arts and media in propagating and coordinating population-wide creative practice.

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Nina Woodrow ,

Queensland University of Technology, AU
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Christina Spurgeon,

Queensland University of Technology, AU
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Ellie Rennie,

Swinburne University of Technology, AU
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Helen Klaebe,

Queensland University of Technology, AU
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Elizabeth Heck,

Queensland University of Technology, AU
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Brad Haseman,

Queensland University of Technology, AU
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John Hartley,

Curtin University, AU
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Maura Edmond,

Monash University, AU
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Jean Burgess

Queensland University of Technology, AU
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Abstract

How is creative expression and communication extended among whole populations? What is the social and cultural value of this activity? What roles do formal agencies, community-based organisations and content producer networks play? Specifically, how do participatory media and arts projects and networks contribute to building this capacity in the contemporary communications environment?
How to Cite: Woodrow, N. et al., (2015). Community Uses of Co-creative Media Digital storytelling and Co-creative Media: The role of community arts and media in propagating and coordinating population-wide creative practice.. Cultural Science Journal. 8(2), pp.150–243. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/csci.87
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Published on 31 Oct 2015.
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