Comics as Research, Comics for Impact: The Case of Higher Fees, Higher Debts

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Priego, E.;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Open Library of Humanities
  • Journal: The Comics Grid : Journal of Comics Scholarship (issn: 2048-0792, eissn: 2048-0792)
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  • Identifiers: doi: 10.16995/cg.101
  • Subject: Literature (General) | H | higher education | higher education; non-fiction comics; research; scholarly ­communications; student finance | NC1-1940 | research | Drawing. Design. Illustration | PN1-6790 | comics studies, education, social sciences, scholarly communications | scholarly ­communications | student finance | non-fiction comics | PN

Researchers have turned to comics as outputs incorporating their research findings. These comics are print and/or online publications that can lead to the wider adoption of research and enhance educational practices, widen public engagement, and improve the possibilitie... View more
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