Searching for an autoethnographic ethicSeries: Writing lives--ethnographic narrativesPublisher: New York, NY ; Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge is an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, an Informa Business, Description: 1 online resourceISBN:
- GN346.6 .A57 2017eb
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Includes bibliographical references.
A Cartographic Prelude; Preface-Intentionality vs. Accidentalism; 1 Introduction(s) and the Search for an Autoethnographic Ethic; An Autoethnographic Introduction; Autoethnography Introduced Through the Literature; Autoethnographic Ethics; Relational Ethics; Ethical Guidelines; Contextuality and Reflexivity in Ethics; The Ethics of Revelation and Healing; Dis-em-bodied Ethics; An Ethical Direction; 2 Engaging the Literature; Three Key Ideas of Autoethnography; Aspect 1: The Ethics of Story Creation; Aspect 2: The Ethics of Storytelling
Aspect 3: Strengths and Limitations of the Researcher and the MethodA Possible Way Forward; Intuitionism as a Philosophical Basis for Ethical Autoethnography; 3 The Grids: Three Worked Examples of Applying Ethical Grids to Autoethnographic Text; An Introduction to the Grids; Ethical Eyes; Exposure Grid; Ideas and Duties Grid; 4 Worked Example 1: "An Epistemology of Love"; Disclaimer; Autoethnographic Essay: "An Epistemology of Love"; Family of Origin Influences; The Influence of School; Kate; The Caucasian Chalk Circle; Act 2; Marriage and Divorce; Now
Codicil: An Alternate Story of a Life Without Guardian AngelsWorked Example 1 -"An Epistemology of Love"; Ethical Eyes; Exposure Grid; Ideas and Duties Grid; Discussion of Grids; 5 Worked Example 2: "Fire Reflections"; Autoethnographic Essay: "Fire Reflections"; 18th March 2009; 27th March 2009; 2nd April 2009; 10th April 2009; 27th June 2009; Worked Example 2 -"Fire Reflections"; Ethical Eyes; Exposure Grid; Ideas and Duties Grid; Discussion of Grids; 6 Worked Example 3: "What Happened?"; Autoethnographic Essay: "What Happened?"; What Happened; Blackberry Picking
Nights in the Hospital Are Cruel and EndlessMesses With Love (This Stuff); Psychological Trauma; I Was Hit; The Person-Centred Hospital; Five Weeks Since the Accident; Crazy Heart; The Dark Morning Hour; He Has No Idea Who I Am; Victim Statement; Magistrates' Court; Worked Example 3 -- "What Happened?"; Ethical Eyes; Exposure Grid; Ideas and Duties Grid; Discussion of Grids; 7 Making Sense in Retrospect; The Researcher at Risk; Implications for Psychotherapists, Teachers, Memoirists and Other Writers; An Acceptable Approximate; Appendix -- Example of Marking Up a Text Prior to Processing Through the Exposure GridAn Epistemology of Love (Excerpt); References; Index
"This volume is a call for integrity in autoethnographic research. Stephen Andrew weaves together philosophy, critical theory, and extended self-reflections to demonstrate how and why qualitative researchers should assess the ethical quality of their work. He also offers practical tools designed to limit the likelihood of self-indulgence and solipsism in first-person writing. Equally instructive and exemplary, his work: Is written in a relatable style that draws readers in and encourages them to think critically about the implications and effects of their writing; Examines the history of qualitative and autoethnographic research; Provides implementable strategies for textualizing lived experiences and relationships with others"--The publisher.
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