Who is asking? – Part 5

Andrews is acutely aware of and invested in his relationship with his audience. As not only does this define his brand due to their interpretations but also defines his work.

And that’s fourth wall breakingly important.

So.

Welcome to my survey, I survey… Maybe Andrews survey.

  1. Did you read ‘Who is asking? Parts 1-4’?

Yes
No 

  1. Did you engage with the text?

Yes
No

  1. Is all writing creative?

Yes
No

  1. Are you still engaging with the text?

Yes
No

  1. Have you qualified and quantified the creative/academic writing you have experienced within the academican blog series?

Yes
No

  1. I hope so, as that WAS what you were asked to do at the very beginning of Part 1

Did you google the meaning behind the Zen question: Who is asking?

Yes
No

  1. Did you use the tags at the bottom of each post to gain clues about what each blog covered?

Yes
No

  1. Did you just go back to the blog to check the tags?

Yes
No

  1. Was it clear that to engage with the blog is to review it?

Yes
No

  1. Are you aware that you, in this case, were the agent of big other?

Yes
No

  1. Was it clear that the rules are the grid? Does this relentlessly binary questionnaire remind you of anything?

Yes
No

  1. Had you heard of the writer Jorge Luis Borges before this blog?

Yes
No

  1. Are you aware of Roland Barthes ‘Death of the author’?

Yes
No

  1. Which Blog was your favourite?

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5

  1. Did you notice the unsubtle semiotic message within the featured images?

Yes
No

  1.  Do you agree with the phrase, ‘language is a guide to social reality’?

Yes
No

  1. If in academia currently. Are you aware that you are more than and better than the creative/academic bubble?

Yes
I am now

  1. When communicating via a written medium. Do you agree with the adage ‘less is more’?

Yes
No

  1. Did you read the poem DeRene DesBarthes out loud?

Yes
No

  1. As stated in DeRene DesBarthesDada, which might be thought to be anti-academic, is now widely studied in universities.’ If this is the case, does that also help the argument, that all writing is academic writing?

Yes
No

  1. Would you say that all writing is academic and creative but in various degrees pending on the intent of the writer and or the reader?

Yes
No

  1. Looking at the relationship between reviewee and reviewer. How important is trust?

Very important
Not important

  1. Who is asking?
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