A Conversation about Diversity in Research Writing Styles
An unusual, philosophically rich paper presented in the form of a dialogue and arguing for the promotion of diversity in research writing styles.
||Research Writing Styles, Diversity, Dialogue, Education
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 7, pp.9-16.
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Following my Bachelors degrees in Architecture and Mathematics from the University of WA, I worked in the architecture and building industry. I soon moved to the education arena working in tertiary, secondary and technical spheres, including three years as a computing consultant and trainer with the Republic of Kiribati. Gaining my doctorate in 1996 I moved to full-time graduate and undergraduate lecturing with the School of Management Information Systems at ECU. I also practice and research in the field of combining and interweaving computer-based and human art.
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