Research for Impact: Audience, Method, and Dissemination
AbstractThis article discusses how theatre scholars may increase the impact of their reserach by considering its multiple potential readerships, selecting methods appropriate to research questions and aligned with the fields of study they wish their impact to reach, and disseminating the work in accessible venues.
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