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Joanna Smogorzewska

storytelling. In E. Pisula & P. Tomaszewski (Eds.), New Ideas in Studying and Supporting the Development of Exceptional People. Essays in Honor of Tadeusz Gałkowski (pp. 64-78). Warszawa: WUW. Bokus, B. & Garstka, T. (2009). Toward a shared metaphoric meaning in children’s discourse: The role of argumentation. Polish Psychological Bulletin , 40 (4), 193-203. Bruner, J. (1978). Beyond the Information Given: Studies in the Psychology of Knowing . New York, NY: Norton. Damon, W. & Phelps, E. (1989). Strategic uses of peer

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Ilona Tandzegolskienė and Asta Balčiūnaitienė

internetą: http://babylonia.ch/fileadmin/user_upload/documents/2012-2/Baby2012_2kubanek.pdf . Leonavičienė, V. &Salienė, V. (2013). Inovatyvūs kalbų mokymo(si) metodai šiuolaikiniame ugdymo kontekste. Žmogus ir žodis, 1 , 139–143. Prieiga per internetą: http://www.biblioteka.vpu.lt/zmogusirzodis/PDF/didaktinelingvistika/2013/leonav.sal139-143.pdf . Morra, S. (2013). 8 Stepsto Great Digital Storytelling. Transform Learning. Prieiga per internetą: https://samanthamorra.com/2013/06/05/edudemic-article-on-digital-storytelling/ . Nünning, A. &Nünning, V

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Alexander Schmoelz

. Bohnsack, R. (2010). Documentary Method and Group Discussions. In R. Bohnsack, N. Pfaff, W. Weller (Eds.), Qualitative Analysis and Documentary Method in International Educational Research. Opladen: B. Budrich. Bourdieu, P. (1997). Das Elend der Welt. Zeugnisse und Diagnosen alltäglichen Leidens an der Gesellschaft. Konstanz: Universitäts-Verlag Konstanz. Burnard, P. (2012). Musical Creativities in Practice. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Cecchetto, D. (2013). Humanesis. Sound and technolocial posthumanism. London

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Deep Stories

Practicing, Teaching, and Learning Anthropology with Digital Storytelling

Mariela Nuñez-Janes, Aaron Thornburg and Angela Booker

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Youth as Producers

Digital Stories of Faith and Life

Birgit Hertzberg Kaare

-12. Center for Digital Storytelling / CDS, www.storycenter.org, 2008-01-16. www.storycenter.org/principles.html Denzin, N.K. (2001) Interpretive Interactionism (2nd ed.) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Drotner, K. (1999) Unge, medier og modernitet - pejlinger i et foranderligt landsskab. Gylling: Borgen/Medier. Drotner, K. (2001) Medier for fremtiden: børn, unge og det nye medielandskap. København: Høst og Søn. Drotner, K. (2006) ’Dannelse for fremtiden: Tre teser om mediernes plads i de gymnasiale uddannelser’, http

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Anu Hirsiaho and Jaana Vuori

, Kotona, maanpaossa, matkalla: kodin merkitykset maahanmuuttajien elämäkerroissa, Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura, Helsinki. Hyvärinen, M 2008, ‘Analysing narratives and storytelling’, in Social research methods, eds J Brannen, P Alasuutari & L Bickman, Sage, London, pp. 447-460. Järviluoma, H & Vilkko, A 2004, Gender and qualitative methods, Sage, London. Keskinen, S, Tuori, S, Irni, S & Mulinari, D (eds) 2009, Complying with colonialism: gender, race and ethnicity in the Nordic

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Storylab Lessons

A Collaborative Project Between Courses in Journalism and Media Technology

Gunilla Hultén and Malin Picha Edwardsson

: A Comprehensive Guide to Purposes, Structures, Practices, and Change. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Krumsvik, Arne, H. (2016). The Gap: J-School Syllabus Meets the Market, pp. 175-184, in Hovden, Jan Fredrik; Nygren, Gunnar & Zilliacus Tikkanen, Henrika (eds.). Becoming a Journalist: Journalism Education in the Nordic Countries. Gothenburg: Nordicom. Lambert, Joe (2010). Digital Storytelling Cookbook . Available at < https://wrd.as.uky.edu/sites/default/files/cookbook.pdf >. [Accessed 26 September, 2017]. Lassila-Merisalo, Maria (2016). Beyond

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The Self and the Institution

The Transformation of a Narrative Genre

Birgit Hertzberg Kaare

References Burgess, J. & Klaebe, H. (2009) ‘Digital Storytelling as Participatory Public History in Australia’, in Hartley, J. & McWilliam, K. (eds.) Story Circle: Digital Storytelling around the World (pp. 155-166) . Malden, MA: Willey-Blackwell. Carpentier, N. (2009) ‘Digital Storytelling in Belgium: Power and Participation’, in Hartley, J. & McWilliam, K. (Eds.) Story Circle: Digital Storytelling around the World (pp. 188-204) . Malden, MA: Willey- Blackwell. Center for Digital Storytelling (CDS

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Renira Rampazzo Gambarato

References Alexander, C. 1964. Notes on the Synthesis of Form. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Beer, S. 1966. Decision and Control: The Meaning of Operational Research and Management Cybernetics. New York: John Wiley & Sons. Bernardo, N. 2011. The Producers Guide to Transmedia: How to Develop, Fund, Produce and Distribute Compelling Stories Across Multiple Platforms. London: CR Entertainment Ltd. Caddell, B. 2009. Core Principles of Transmedia Storytelling. http://whatconsumesme.com/2009

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Zuzanna Kruk-Buchowska

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The aim of this paper is to analyze how Indigenous communities in the United States have been engaging in trans-Indigenous cooperation in their struggle for food sovereignty. I will look at inter-tribal conferences regarding food sovereignty and farming, and specifically at the discourse of the Indigenous Farming Conference held in Maplelag at the White Earth Reservation in northern Minnesota. I will show how it: (1) creates a space for Indigenous knowledge production and validation, using Indigenous methods (e.g., storytelling), without the need to adhere to Western scientific paradigms; (2) recovers pre-colonial maps and routes distorted by the formation of nation states; and (3) fosters novel sites for trans-indigenous cooperation and approaches to law, helping create a common front in the fight with neoliberal agribusiness and government. In my analysis, I will use Chadwick Allen’s (2014) concept of ‘trans-indigenism’ to demonstrate how decolonizing strategies are used by the Native American food sovereignty movement to achieve their goals.