Re-addressing practice-based research: funding and recognition

Prophet, J. 2004. Re-addressing practice-based research: funding and recognition. Digital Creativity. 15 (1), pp. 2-7.

TitleRe-addressing practice-based research: funding and recognition
AuthorsProphet, J.
JournalDigital Creativity
Journal citation15 (1), pp. 2-7
ISSN1462-6268
YearMar 2004
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1076/digc.15.1.2.28153
Publication dates
PublishedMar 2004

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