An Autoethnography on Learning about Autoethnography

  title={An Autoethnography on Learning about Autoethnography},
  author={Stephen Wall},
Autoethnography is an emerging qualitative research method that allows the author to write in a highly personalized style, drawing on his or her experience to extend understanding about a societal phenomenon. Autoethnography is grounded in postmodern philosophy and is linked to growing debate about reflexivity and voice in social research. The intent of autoethnography is to acknowledge the inextricable link between the personal and the cultural and to make room for nontraditional forms of… CONTINUE READING
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