International perspectives on autoethnographic research and practicePublisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (xxviii, 292 pages)ISBN:
- GN307.7 .I67 2018
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction : a place to start / Lydia Turner -- Autoethnography as research redux / Norman K. Denzin -- Telling and not telling : sharing stories in therapeutic spaces from the other side of the room / Sarah Helps -- Am i there yet? : reflections on appalachian critical consciousness / Griselda Tilley-Lubbs -- Defining/challenging constructs of culture / Robert E. Rinehart -- Working more and communicating less in information technology : reframing the EVLN via relational dialectics / Andrew Herrmann -- Confession / Kitrinia Douglas -- Three seconds flat : autoethnography within commissioned research and evaluation projects / David Carless --
Metis-body-stage : autoethnographical explorations of cunning resistance in intimate abuse and domestic violence narratives through feminist performance-making / Marilyn Metta -- Getting it out there : (un)comfortable truths about voice, authorial intent, and audience response in autoethnography / Renata Ferdinand -- On what and what not to say in autoethnography, and dealing with the consequences / Silvia M. Bénard -- Where does my body belong? / Keyan Tomaselli -- For the birds : autoethnographic entanglements / Susanne Gannon -- Borders, space and heartfelt perspectives in researching the "unsaid" about the daily life experiences of the children of migrants in the schools of Arica / Pamela Zapata-Sepúlveda -- The writing group / Laurel Richardson -- You never dance alone : supervising autoethnography / Jonathan Wyatt with Inés Bárcenas Taland -- Writing lesson(s) / Robin Boylorn -- An autoethnography of the politics of publishing within academia / Brett Smith -- Happy ways : the writing subject / Sophie Tamas -- Creating criteria for evaluating autoethnography : pedagogical possibilities and problems with lists / Andrew C. Sparkes.
"International Perspectives on Autoethnographic Research and Practice is the first volume of international scholarship on autoethnography. This culturally and academically diverse collection combines perspectives on contemporary autoethnographic thinking from scholars working within a variety of disciplines, contexts, and formats. The first section provides an introduction and demonstration of the different types and uses of autoethnography, the second explores the potential issues and questions associated with its practice, and the third offers perspectives on evaluation and assessment. Concluding with a reflective discussion between the editors, this is the premier resource for researchers and students interested in autoethnography, life writing, and qualitative research."--Provided by publisher.