Digital Storytelling: A Safe Space for Creative Expression
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This research project examines how digital storytelling provides safe space for creative expression. The foundation for this argument is established through a literature review that describes how the process, facilitation, and ethics of digital storytelling affect safe space for creative expression. This rationale is examined through interviews with expert digital storytelling facilitators and experienced digital storytelling participants to construct a conceptual framework for this argument based on perspectives in the field. The goal of this research project is to evince how digital storytelling methods are a model for adult arts education programs that engage adults who have little creative confidence in creative expression.
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