Finding the limits: autoethnography and being an Oxford University Proctor

@article{Walford2004FindingTL,
  title={Finding the limits: autoethnography and being an Oxford University Proctor},
  author={G. Walford},
  journal={Qualitative Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={4},
  pages={403 - 417}
}
  • G. Walford
  • Published 2004
  • Sociology
  • Qualitative Research
This article discusses autoethnography –in particular, in relation to an autoethnography of my experience as a University Proctor for Oxford University during 2001–2002. It is a article of several parts which in themselves form an autoethnography of my experience of trying to write and think about autoethnography. It starts with a personal account of part of the day during which I was admitted as a Proctor. It then recognizes and provides some contextual material in which the account can be… Expand
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