Autoethnography as a Method for Reflexive Research and Practice in Vocational Psychology

@inproceedings{McIlveen2008AutoethnographyAA,
  title={Autoethnography as a Method for Reflexive Research and Practice in Vocational Psychology},
  author={Peter McIlveen},
  year={2008}
}
This paper overviews the qualitative research method autoethnography and its relevance to research in vocational psychology and practice in career development. Autoethnography is a reflexive means by which the researcher-practitioner consciously embeds himself or herself amidst theory and practice, and by way of intimate autobiographic account, explicates a phenomenon under investigation or intervention. Autoethnography is presented as a vehicle to operationalise social constructionist research… CONTINUE READING

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