Chapter 2 Structuring a story
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In this chapter I focus on applying the five-act storytelling structure from drama, captured in Freytag’s pyramid, to the structuring your research story. I also discuss how characters, theme and storylines contribute to the storytelling structure of your academic writing, and the difference between plot-driven and situation-driven stories.

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