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This article forms part of a regular feature within the Journal and attempts to summarise the research undertaken and some of the key results and conclusions emanating from recently published studies relevant to the field of interpretation. In this article two studies are briefly explored, they both relate to the development and application of a narrative for use with a personal or digital guide.
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