Hitching a ride towards sustainability: how sustainability is working its way into mainstream local government. A study in film/digital media
Blagg, Linda Anne
Prof. Peter Newman
Assoc. Prof. Martin Mhando
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School of Humanities, CUSP Institute
This is an action research study utilising digitality to question its capacity to narrate history and sustainability. Research output is in the form of an online Creative Production depicting Fremantle, led by its Mayor, on an unfolding journey towards sustainability over four years. This is accompanied by a commentary/exegesis. Since the mode of my theorising is through media representation, I necessarily have to foreground myself, which I have done through the role of ‘hitchhiker’.
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