This is a place for generative discussion and rigorous engagement with ideas and possibilities relating to research and narrative practice. Perhaps you have arrived here with a burning question you’d like to discuss with others or a possibility you’re keen to propose for future research directions. Or, maybe you are seeking inspiration for your research and connection with others similarly interested. Whether you head straight to the discussion or choose to reflect on the questions posed below, and/or explore some of the articles in the repository first, our hope is for these conversations to contribute usefully to your interests and the future of narrative practice research
Questions for consideration
As we continue to accumulate and develop differing forms of research and evidence in relation to narrative practice, there are many questions we are keen to consider. These include:
- How can research processes contribute to an ever-increasing originality and diversity of practice?
- How can research contribute to the development of culturally diverse, culturally appropriate and continually adaptable forms of narrative practice?
- How can forms of research / evidence-gathering be congruent with local cultural traditions of knowledge-making?
- How can forms of research / evidence-gathering be congruent with the ethics and principles of narrative practice?
- How can research processes contribute to de-colonisation?
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