Autoethnography: situating personal sporting narratives in socio-cultural contexts

@inproceedings{AllenCollinson2012AutoethnographySP,
  title={Autoethnography: situating personal sporting narratives in socio-cultural contexts},
  author={Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson},
  year={2012}
}
Autoethnography: situating personal sporting narratives in socio-cultural contexts Purpose: To introduce autoethnography as an innovative research approach within sport and physical culture, and consider its key tenets, strengths and weaknesses. For illustrative purposes, the chapter draws upon two specific autoethnographic research projects on distance running, one collaborative and one solo. 
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