Standing up and finding my voice through positive digital storytelling
Vivienne, Sonja (2012) Standing up and finding my voice through positive digital storytelling. HIV Australia, 10(1), pp. 32-34.
‘Positive Stories’ is a digital storytelling initiative that took place in Adelaide in 2010–2011.1 This article describes participants’ experiences of creative self-representation and the thorny complications of mediating voice, particularly in situations where privacy and publicity are significant issues.
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