Book Review: Visual, Narrative, and Creative Research Methods

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Rita Shah

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A review of the Dawn Mannay's Visual, Narrative, and Creative Research Methods.

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Shah, R. (2016). Book Review: Visual, Narrative, and Creative Research Methods. Visual Methodologies, 4(2). https://doi.org/10.7331/vm.v4i2.89
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Book Reviews

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