This engaging, informative book makes an exciting contribution to current discussions about the challenges and uses of contemporary autoethnography. Authors from a range of disciplines ashow and tella us how they have created autoethnographies, demonstrating a rich blend of theories, ethical research practices, and performances of identities and voice, linking all of those with the socio-cultural forces that impact and shape the person. The book will be a useful resource for new and experienced researchers; academics who teach and supervise post-graduate students; and practitioners in social science who are seeking meaningful ways to conduct research. This should be required reading for all qualitative research training.... University of Brighton. Hayler, M. (2011). Autoethnography, self-narrative and teacher education. ... In P. C. Hoy, A., Forrest, aamp; R. Martin (Eds.), Writing the essay, art in the world, the world through art (pp. 451a461). Boston, McGraw-Hill.
|Title||:||Contemporary British Autoethnography|
|Author||:||Nigel P. Short, Lydia Turner, Alec Grant|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-11-19|