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Type: Journal article
Title: Beyond graphic novels: illustrated scholarly discourse and the history of educational comics
Author: Humphrey, A.
Citation: Media International Australia, 2014; 151(151):73-80
Publisher: University of Queensland
Issue Date: 2014
ISSN: 1324-5325
2200-467X
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Aaron Humphrey
Abstract: Comics are increasingly being used in higher education for teaching and research, as demonstrated by the recent publication of comics in The Annals of Internal Medicine and other academic journals. This article examines how the ascendance of graphic novels to the realm of 'proper' literature has simultaneously paved the way for this acceptance of comics as scholarly discourse while obscuring the much longer tradition of pedagogical comics dating to before World War II. In the process, it will highlight some of the ways comics can be used in education, and suggest the benefits of using comics as multimodal scholarship.
Rights: Copyright © 2014, © SAGE Publications
RMID: 0030027826
DOI: 10.1177/1329878X1415100110
Published version: http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=353887206741600;res=IELLCC
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